Richard Freeman suggests we should be cultivating the da Vincis and the Michaelangelos for a renewed idea of life-readiness
We don’t know what skills we need for the future.
And what about adults?
To navigate and thrive in this new world, we need the new da Vincis and Michelangelos. We need individuals who are both scientist and artist: the creative visionaries. Instead, we are producing the very opposite.Dr Thusha Rajendran, Heriot Watt University
Does this speak to you?
Join us in Brighton on 22nd November 2018, when we join forces with the RSA Innovative Education Network and Whole Education to tackle this head-on.
Richard Freeman is CEO of always possible, a Trustee of work experience charity Fair Train and Chair of the RSA Innovative Education Life Readiness and Education taskgroup.