Equinox Blueprint: Learning 2030

Education will need to equip the graduates of 2030 to think creatively, independently, rigorously, and collaboratively in full awareness of themselves and their social context. At Equinox Summit: Learning 2030, Waterloo Global Science Initiative brought leaders in education, teaching professionals, researchers, and policymakers together with young people who have innovated in their learning journey. We present our vision of a scalable, affordable, sustainable learning system for the high school graduates of 2030 here in the Equinox Blueprint. The results of our deliberations have convinced us that every child, no matter where they live in the world, can develop the skills and character needed to thrive in 2030.

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