New York, NY (PRWEB) April 30, 2015
In an interview with global education publisher CMRubinWorld, Ann Cotton discusses the various changes in education inequality that have occurred since she began her world-renowned work for African young women 22 years ago. Her advice to newcomers who want to make an impact on global inequality is to “listen very hard and learn a great deal.” On the question of how best to prepare students for a dramatically changing world, Cotton notes that the best schools are always “looking at the wider individual. We have to think about the whole child because one will succeed in many different ways in life and if the education system puts academic measurement as the main way of measuring, then we place children and institutions under enormous strain.”
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