In the second episode of Future Curious, we ask the question - should we give up on exams?
"The one thing that is certain at the moment is constant change. So how are we equipping our young people to adapt to this rapidly changing world?"Joysy John
As technology transforms the world we live in, is the education system doing enough to keep up? Students at school today will have to find their feet in a very different workplace as the rate of automation increases and working structures change.
How can we make sure children today are equipped with the skills needed to succeed in the future?
Joining Nesta's Nigel Campbell to discuss this are
We also hear from Zarina, a 17 year old student taking part in the Debate Mate scheme, which teaches debate exclusively in schools with an above average Free School Meals rate. The organisation seeks to “tackle educational disadvantage” through debating.
Is the end of exams closer than we think?Read our 2019 prediction, the beginning of the end of exams
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Future Curious is a Chalk & Blade production. Produced by Ruth Barnes, Laura Sheeter and Lily Ames. Original music by Ged Flood.