Re-Thinking Curriculum for 21st-Century Learners
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Through whom is Denmark going to live in the future? We must live by our children. We do not know what they are going to do. But we know that they are the ones who will drive everything. And the best we can do for them is to prepare them for a future that no one knows what it will look like. Therefore, what is happening in the education system, public and private, is paramount. For this is where the preparation for to the unknown and unpredictable happens.
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