Over the past 12 months, Think Global has been working together with OCR to look more closely at questions about the skills young people really need to live and work in such a world.
On Wednesday 27th April, Think Global and the British Council were pleased to welcome a range of stakeholders across the education sector to the second of our three-part seminar series about the role of the education in achieving the new UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
On the day that net migration rose again, to 298,000 for the past year, there’s an interesting study published by UCL Institute of Education looking at the effect on the UK’s adult numeracy skills of immigrants.
A new report from the Skills Commission has found that the UK Skills System is not up to the Challenges of Globalisation.
The Global Business Coalition for Education launched its 'Business Backs Education' campaign last month at the Global Education Skills Forum (GESF) in Dubai. The campaign challenges business to commit 20% of its philanthropic spending to education projects by 2020. The campaign has sparked a number of different conversations around the Think Global community.
An interesting article comparing how some of the best education systems in the world have implemented reforms specifically so that their next generation is ready for the global economy.