The United States doesn’t have a national curriculum, so schools have a lot of control over what students learn. Many schools still teach traditional subjects like math and English, which are important. But some schools are trying new ways of learning that focus on real-world experiences and skills. It’s also important for students to learn about things like entrepreneurship, financial literacy, artificial intelligence, civics, media literacy, healthy living, local communities, neuroscience, data science, current events, and systems and futures thinking. These are all areas that can help students be successful in the future. Some organizations offer resources to help schools teach these subjects. Updating what students learn in school can help them deal with the challenges of the modern world. Even if schools can’t completely change everything, they can start by adding or combining some of these new subjects into the existing curriculum.
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