Our challenges and opportunities are shared and it’s never been easier, or more important to make a difference.
From hundreds of school visits and thousands of conversations with students, parents, preachers, policy-makers and the like — making a difference has emerged as the most important way for us to transform learning experiences for young people and build a better future for all. We look forward to continuing to share these experiences with you through our blog and an upcoming book.
The unique identity of GenDIY and Millennials -- Their history, realities, and future.
Finish high school, go to college, graduate four or five years later and go to work--only it doesn’t work that way very often for Millennials. The GenDIY hack on higher education is a series of solutions that boosts affordability, flexibility, and employability.
Young people are taking control of their own pathway to careers, college and contribution. Powered by digital learning, “GenDIY” is combatting unemployment and the rising costs of earning a degree by seeking alternative pathways to find or create jobs they love.
By: Esther Wojcicki. What does it take to get students interested in learning entrepreneurial skills? I can tell you what doesn’t work---teaching to the test, which is unfortunately is a national obsession today. Testing does not lead to real world skills.