The economy is rapidly changing due to the advancement of new technologies and the rise of automation and AI. While these trends will result in certain jobs being replaced, other careers will be created, and these new career paths will require skills and knowledge that cannot be as easily replaced.
District Administration conducted a survey of more than 150 school administrators to learn more about what skills they see as most important for college and career readiness, and how their schools are prioritizing creative projects to set students up for future success.
See some of the results in this brief white paper.
The role of creativity and creative problem solving in college and career readiness