Forecasting the Future of K-12 Teaching: Four Scenarios for a Decade of Disruption®

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September 23, 2014

By: Katherine Prince

Forecasting the Future of K-12 Teaching: Four Scenarios for a Decade of Disruption examines how the disruptive changes shaping education might affect teaching in the next ten years.Forecasting the Future of K-12 Teaching: Four Scenarios for a Decade of Disruption examines how the disruptive changes shaping education might affect teaching in the next ten years.

Teachers play a crucial role in young people’s lives. As we face dramatic changes to the fundamental structures of education, we need to be intentional about how we design for adults’ roles in supporting learning. To help education stakeholders around the country create positive futures for the teaching profession, this paper presents four scenarios for the future of K-12 teaching in the United States.

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THE AUTHOR

Katherine Prince
Vice President of Strategic Foresight

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