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In the following video, Wagner states that the true challenge is for children to have real options, that they can experiment and collaborate with each other. “Being prepared for the age of innovation requires that children learn to work collaboratively, that they learn to think critically, learn to communicate effectively, and how to solve problems creatively.” As an educator, Wagner asks why we continue to inculcate in children that everyone has to study higher education, when many people do not have, or need a university degree. “You have to prepare young people to be active and informed citizens,” the researcher concludes.



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