The question is: How do we get more people in academia and in the wider knowledge-building sector, so that we can increase our knowledge base and make our systems better?
The answer is not simple.
We’re at a point now where we have the capacity to educate people across the world, and to teach them skills that are not easily learned, such as reading and writing.
This is an important challenge.
I think we have to develop systems that are flexible and that enable people to learn, and that are easily transferable.
That means we have a lot of work to do.
The best way to do this is to invest in our students.
As we learn more about the impact of global poverty on learning, it becomes harder and harder to keep them from going out and getting a better education.
There are some steps we can take to make the situation better, but they’re not straightforward.
This week I will be speaking to a group of people at the Centre for Research in Learning, a non-profit research institute based in Ottawa.
They have been working for years to understand how we can do better in the global knowledge economy.
The first part of their research has been focused on how to make learning more accessible to people who need help to learn.
That’s why they created the World Wide Learning Initiative, an ambitious set of initiatives aimed at increasing access to education for all.
They’ve worked with the OECD to launch a pilot program, the Global Knowledge Initiative, which was launched last year in China and is now in full swing in the United States.
We have a long way to go.
The second part of this research, which I am co-chairing with Paul O’Brien, was about how to increase the ability of people to engage in learning, which is important for learning in a world where the cost of education is so high.
There’s a lot to learn from the OECD, and I think they have an excellent perspective on how we could improve our education systems in ways that will make learning even easier for everyone.
The third part of our research was about building the skills that people need to be successful in the world of work, and how to improve the education system.
There is an enormous demand for skills across the globe.
But how do we build the skills people need in order to thrive in this world of challenges?
How do you ensure that we have an education system that prepares graduates for the challenges that they’re going to face, but also allows them to develop their skills?
I am a big fan of what we have been doing in education, and we’ve built a tremendous foundation of education for the last 50 years.
But there’s a huge gap between what people need and what they are getting.
It’s not that there aren’t skills out there, but there are very few opportunities for people to be able to learn those skills.
This gap is especially important for those who are very young, those who can’t work, those in developing countries, and those who may be disabled.
For these groups, there’s no obvious pathway for learning new skills.
It requires an education that is very flexible.
It takes them out of the classroom and into the workplace.
In the classroom, you are going to need a lot more than just reading and spelling.
In a world of rapidly changing technology, that’s not always possible.
There also needs to be a commitment to the skills of the workforce.
It may be a lot easier for someone to learn how to paint a computer screen, than to learn to paint.
This means there are also lots of opportunities for us to get our people out of classrooms, into the workforce, and into teaching, where they can develop their skill sets, and become leaders in their communities.
The fourth part of the research was focused on creating opportunities for our people to become leaders, and for us as a country to be more effective.
There has been a lot talk about creating a more global society, where we can have more of a global vision.
But what we need is a more integrated approach to education, because we know that our skills and knowledge are going in different directions in different countries.
So the next step is to think about how we integrate education and skills across countries.
We know that education is important.
We’ve seen a lot in recent years, such an increase in the number of people in college and university, a huge rise in the literacy rates in the developed world.
I have seen it with my own eyes.
I remember the first time I saw my first textbook when I was eight years old.
It was a textbook called “Learning and Teaching: The World’s Best of Mathematics and Physics.”
I was in a class that was taught by an English professor.
She used to be an English teacher in my home country, but she had her hands full in the developing world.
She was teaching a course on English and she asked us to write our own textbook.
We had never written anything in our lives before