Teaching Web3 in Schools

Public school districts in North America have an opportunity to [re]connect with our present generation of students by helping onboard them to web3. The benefits are potentially enormous and revolutionary to a generation of youth who have endured much hardship over the last few years. The primary benefit for these students is the ownership of their intellectual property in web3, a marked difference from web2 where content belongs to the big tech companies and not to the creators.

Web3 allows students to own, and potentially trade and get paid for the work that they do in or out of school – and many youth are already doing this in web3. In order for public schools to onboard many more to web3, the systems must see and help youth to see themselves more as creators, and not only as workers. This shift allows young people the opportunity to participate more fully in their local and global economies. Partnerships between students and the education systems they are a part of will help support this generation to benefit from web3.

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