Leading with the future in mind

VOICES FROM THE 31ST ANNUAL EMERGING ISSUES FORUM Ever since I was sent to Caswell County to serve as a...

 

Engaging youth for FutureWork

On November 6, 2015, Institute for Emerging Issues had the pleasure of convening youth specialists, civic engagement enthusiasts, and young leaders...

 

10 skills graduates need today for FutureWork

VOICES FROM THE 31ST ANNUAL EMERGING ISSUES FORUM This particular student’s first year high school schedule was familiar: English, algebra and...

 

The Wilson Academy of Applied Technology: Preparing students for the future of work

VOICES FROM THE 31ST ANNUAL EMERGING ISSUES FORUM Preparing North Carolina’s students for the future of work will require closer...

 

Weaving a STEM continuum into the Cabarrus County schools

VOICES FROM THE 31ST ANNUAL EMERGING ISSUES FORUM In 2011, Cabarrus County Schools (CCS) established a K-12 STEM pipeline. Five...

 

Sometimes you just have to ask the right question!

VOICES FROM THE 31ST ANNUAL EMERGING ISSUES FORUM We at South Central High School in Winterville would like to share...

 

Not your father’s shop class

VOICES FROM THE 31ST ANNUAL EMERGING ISSUES FORUM Yesterday’s vocational education has evolved to become today’s Career and Technical Education....

 

How do we prepare the state’s next generation of workers?

We need new strategies for reskilling in a world where innovation looks like this. As market demand for labor rapidly...

 

FutureWork: The 31st Annual Emerging Issues Forum

North Carolina faces an enormous “FutureWork” challenge as two big trends converge: the “rise of the robots” means that automation...