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What is project-based learning (PBL), and how can it help ready our communities for a changing future of work? IEI Economic Policy Manager Donnie Charleston chats with three local experts from the Kenan Institute, the City of Durham and MindSumo about their take on PBL. Have questions? Join the conversation on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter (using #IEIFutureWork)!
It’s clear that project-based learning (PBL) has the capacity to help us build better connections between our schools and the modern workplace. As we seek to move our cities and counties into the 21st century, PBL can help to develop a talent pipeline and tap the insights of tomorrow’s community leaders. But we definitely have some work to do.
What are your thoughts regarding project-based learning in North Carolina? We welcome your insights and will be collecting your information to share with our partners at the state level, as well as our many institutional partners across North Carolina. Have more to say? Join the conversation on IEI’s Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter (using #IEIFutureWork).
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