The world is changing. Parents want their kids ready to succeed. So do we. In order to succeed in the 21st Century, the kids should be well educated to prepare for the future. But what would happen in future? Why it would happen? How do you prepare your child for a world that doesn’t exist yet?


(Source: Yuichi Yoda, Cloud Computing and AI: Changing the Business Landscape)

Four skills that have been identified by the United States-based Partnership for 21st Century Skills(P21) as the most important skills required for 21st century education: critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity. These 21st century skills have been identified and supported by national educational and political leaders in the United States, including President Obama.

P21’s goal is to foster a national conversation on “the importance of 21st century skills for all students” and “position 21st century readiness at the center of US K-12 education”. Our programs are developed under the P21’s framework exploring how to integrate the Four Cs approach into learning environments.


Source: Charles Fadel, P21’s Framework for 21st Century Learning