Development & Knowledge
As we rethink education and learning, we must examine broader development trends and their potential implications for the creation and reproduction of knowledge. These trends have as much to do with patterns of demographic growth and migration, inequality and employment, as with the management of natural resources, the development of science and technology, and that of the knowledge society. We propose a selection of some key international reports on those various dimensions of change. You can find below a selection of some key international reports on various development trends.
A Guide to Quality in Post-Traditional Online Higher Education (Academic Partnerships)
Global Peace Index (Institute for Economics and Peace)
Global Trends 2030: Alternative worlds
(National Intelligence Council)
Culture and Development (UNESCO)
Education Today 2013 (OECD)