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RSA Journal Summer 2012


In this issue:

Do we need to rethink the skills we need to thrive? Bernie Trilling and Charles Fadel on how technology, the move of global goods and people are changing how we live and work and Tamara Erickson on how the Millennial generation are responding. Who should teach us? Sir Michael Wilshaw looks at what a good teacher looks like and Dario Maestripieri at the evolutionary route of the power structures we operate in. Other pieces include: Sophie Thomas on the great recovery and Neal Ascherson on Europe’s trials.


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