Title:Changing landscapes for learning our way to the next Alberta: shaping a preferred future 2010-2030.
Corporate Author: Alberta Teachers’ Association
Subject:Education – planning, policy
Publisher:Alberta Teachers’ Association
Place of Publication:Edmonton
Date of Publication:2010
Abstract:

As we move further into the province’s second century, Albertans find themselves blazing a trail into the unknown – with unprecedented opportunities and challenges. The Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA) and Cambridge Strategies invites you to be part of the exploration that awaits Alberta’s next generation as our province defines its place in the world.
Changing Landscapes for Learning Our Way to the Next Alberta is part of a long-term commitment to engage Albertans in a thought-provoking conversation about our shared future. This publication identifies seven trends impacting four domains of our lives here in Alberta: individuals, relationships and community; work and the economy; governance and politics; and emerging technologies.

Language:English
Material Type:Report

K. EDUCATION/2010 changing_landscapes.pdf

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