The class of 2030 and life-ready learning

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While the class of 2030 will need deeper cognitive skills in priority areas such as creativity and problem solving, social-emotional skills such as relationship building, self-awareness, and self-recognition will be increasingly important, since they not only support academic learning but also promote well-being. To meet these needs, technology will play an increasingly critical, complementary role in how students learn and how educators support them.