Learner Driven Opportunities in the Era of Talent Economy
In our latest Global Learner Survey Gen Z reveals how the pandemic has affected their social, career and mental health views. We also uncovered: women’s changing career plans, the need for more climate education and people’s desire to learn more about social justice, diversity and gender equality.
In our second annual GLS, we discovered what 7000 learners from 7 countries want from education and work in the COVID era.
In our first Global Learner Survey we spoke to learners ages 16-70 in nineteen countries. It reaffirmed that lifelong learning is a new reality; but the most effective ways to structure that learning so that it delivers the outcomes that learners need, are yet to be discovered.
We’ve identified three big learner-centric principles that we believe will underpin the future of post-secondary education. Explore how the entire education ecosystem, including universities, will need to grapple with these principles and collaborate in new ways to realize lifelong learning.