A project in Mississippi equips children with a futurist mindset

Trying to make sense of the future, and preparing for different eventualities, are generally perceived as responsibilities for the grownups. But why should thinking about tomorrow’s big issues be the sole domain of adults? Children of all ages will spend more time in the future than their elders, and benefit from greater access to information, data, and analysis than any…

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Author of Learning from Tomorrow: Using Strategic Foresight to Prepare for the Next Big Disruption

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