The world has changed and will go on changing – in 10 years it will be completely different to how we know it today. All of these changes affect and will continue to affect the employment market.
Before it was necessary to attend lectures physically, online education has revolutionised the way we learn.
The UNESCO has just published the GEM Report 2016 entitled Education for people and planet: Creating sustainable futures for all, the first official inform during the monitoring carried out by the ODS4.
The first report of the United Nations on the 17 Sustainable Development Objectives shows that much more effort is needed, particularly as regards children.
In 2040, children who are now at school will join an employment market that will be quite different from the one that we know today, are current educational systems prepared for this challenge?
The NMC Horizon Report: 2016 Higher Education Edition describes a new edition with the annual results of the NMC Horizon research project, designed to identify and describe the emerging technologies that have an impact on learning, teaching and educational research.
The European Commission has prepared a new “Skills Agenda for Europe” in order to guarantee that people develop a wide range of skills from an early age.
According to the UNESCO´s Global Education Monitoring Report, if children speak a language that is not spoken in the classroom, this will obstruct their learning.
UNESCO has organised the Global Action Week for Education in order to raise awareness of the importance of education for all. This year, the heading has been “Financing the future”.
The average age of lecturers in Spanish public universities is 53.4 years old, and only 6% of lecturers are under 35. This means that it will be necessary to renew the teaching staff of universities, thereby offering a great opportunity to boost Spanish universities.