NEW YORK (PRWEB) November 07, 2018
At a time when education systems in wealthy nations are redefining the competencies that matter in a new world, how is the quality of learning being updated and improved in poorer emerging markets? For the third year running, BRAC (the world’s largest NGO, founded in 1972) has been ranked the world’s number one NGO. Roughly 1.1 million students in 8 different countries get an education at a BRAC School. The CEO of BRAC, Donella Rapier, tells C. M. Rubin, founder of CMRubinWorld, in an exclusive new interview that students today need “a strong foundation of crucial life skills.” These skills are related to “social-emotional intelligence such as interpersonal communication, teamwork, and coordinating with others. In addition, today’s world demands skills in creativity, critical thinking, and complex problem solving.” Without these skills, Rapier believes students will not be capable of flourishing as the digital revolution advances, bringing more job automation and cyclical recession.
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Founded in 1972, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, by Sir Fazle Hasan, BRAC, is the number one NGO. Their mission is to take a holistic approach to ending poverty with the use of everything from microfinance to education, healthcare to gender justice and empowerment, to give people the tools they need to take control of their own lives.
CMRubinWorld’s award-winning series, The Global Search for Education, brings together distinguished thought leaders in education and innovation from around the world to explore the key learning issues faced by most nations. The series has become a highly visible platform for global discourse on 21st century learning, offering a diverse range of innovative ideas which are presented by the series founder, C. M. Rubin, together with the world’s leading thinkers.
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