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  • How real-world learning could help people compete with machines

    The Chronicle of Higher Education - 11/19/2017

    When machines come for our jobs, we will need skills in communication, creativity, collaboration, and complex thinking to compete, says Joseph E. Aoun, president of Northeastern University. It will take a completely different kind of education system, he says — not the current one, created at the height of the farm and factory economies — to prepare people for the future work force.

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