The Classical Academies strive to prepare students to be successful in the global world. Twenty-first-century learning must enable today’s students to be academically competitive within their community, country, and world. U.S. schools must align classroom environments with real-world environments in order to successfully prepare students to face rigorous higher education coursework, career challenges, and a globally competitive workforce.
As defined by the Partnership for 21st Century Skills Framework, these skills are grouped into three major categories:
- Learning and Innovation Skills
Critical thinking, communication, creativity, and collaboration.
- Information, Media, and Technology Skills
Effectively using, managing, and evaluating information from digital technology and communication tools.
- Life and Career Skills
Flexibility, adaptability, self-direction, teamwork, appreciation of diversity, accountability, and leadership.
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