New data on the breadth of skills movement in education

Helyn Kim, Esther Care, Tyler Ditmore, Brookings Institute, Jan 25, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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I would say that it's not a lot of new data, but it's some, and it shows widening adoption of skills programs around the world, including work in critical thinking and problem solving. "Evidence points to a higher rate in identifying a breadth of skills within national documents (except mission and vision statements) and in including descriptions of skills progressions."

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