abed-japan embassy debrief 2012 quite frankly millennial goals up to 2015 overemphasised primaryaid to exclusion of livelihoods and teens needs - as early as mid 1990s we were forced into being the world's beyond the classroom teens girls metalab but that may not be a bad thing- pretty much every community livelihood girls can own now has peer to peer mentoring clubs somewhere across brac international 12 countries -hi touch networking
37th annual update 2025report.com on education determines sustainability
===============if we are to leap forward in 21-22 we must get tech right for teens starting with women in most desperately challenged livesmatter communities
asia is discussing this through alumni and zoom summits of www.educommissionasia.org which starts 6 months of asia leading world change in education - see december's triple reports of the year - yidan hong kong; wise qatar; rewired2021.com dubai and un and uae expo relay with japan
if there is anywhere that might change beyond classroom in usa try moving along with czi
why did all 4 industrial revolutions devalue what sdg teens needed most?
the british empire system was designed to examine out 99% of youth as fast as possible- to adminster the empire you needed to be of one mindset intellectuslly- anyone whose talents could have been pracxtica - eg artistic was the first to be examined out;
although flow studies of maximising human potential eg csik recomment maximising time each person spebds at the experiemtial edge of the most unique skill- few western edu systems permit that- in usa you getexamined or you become a top sports star or your on the streets
compare this with nordica langiage of we hsave no bad schools, no standard exams, no homework- all our communities are safe energetic places for teens to engage their afternoons in ...
when you look to abed alumni contributions to 11-17 education- you do have to look practice by practice; until 2015 millennium goal aid focused only on primary schols getting every child in one - so in the developing world, secondary funding is extremely scarce
the fact that this forces skill by skill investments - eg coding schools for teenage girls, oeer to peer adolescent girls health training, girls small enterprise clubs in ten skills women provide to women from haircutting to garment design may not be a bad thing but you certainly need to look specifically for whos inspired who for abed 4.3
when it comes to white empire history of not valuing most teens you might want to check out my fathers 1986 survey in the economist which rewinds back to the start of adam smith's industrial revolution and appraisal of what oxford's purpose was in selecting which teens it neded and what it would do to them
this survey is dad's more detailed follow up to the 1984 book i co-authored - the 2025 report- why transforming education will determine extinction or sustainability- and why deadline exponentials will reveal last chances through 2020s