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Prioritizing STEM and coding won’t fill one of the biggest gaps in education

Quartz – Tara Chklovski

Like a lot of working parents, when I’m walking my daughters to school or listening to them recount their days at the dinner table, one question is often on my mind: What should I be doing to prepare them for the world they’ll enter as adults? When my daughters and their peers enter the workforce in 10 years, the global economy will be even more competitive, automated and technology-driven than it is today. Computing will be faster and cheaper. Artificial intelligence will be even more powerful, complemented by sensors everywhere in our environments—making it impossible to distinguish between “online” and “offline.”

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