There's a debate today over whether college is worth it. It's a valid debate given that youth unemployment and underemployment are at record highs.
"We have mass youth unemployment. We have a lot of a graduate unemployment. And at the same time we had a real gap between the skills that are required and what it is that those young people are able to do," says Chris Kirk, the C.E.O. of GEMS Education Solutions.
How can we prepare today's children to navigate the challenges of tomorrow? How should we train our teachers, develop curriculum, and optimize classes to help students face the economic shifts of our rapidly changing world? As technology continues to transform industries, we need to vastly improve education to bring it into the 21st century.