How they can partner with universities, businesses, community
organizations, entrepreneurs and craftsmen to shape a relevant
education that meets individual students’ needs?
How they can create capacity to empower and support students
in creating new learning pathways?
It is critical that these conversations and considerations begin taking
place soon to ensure that our schools remain relevant and reliable for
students even as the landscape of post-secondary learning continues to
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