“Learn how to learn” returns to higher ed

In response to 21st century tech developments, the emphasis on lifelong learning and individuals who “learn how to learn” in higher education institutions has become more and more important in order to educate individuals to fulfill the needs of the century. Again, the world looks to lifelong learning.

Read more: https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/12/1/22

Lifelong learning subsidies help tech workers

 

Lifelong learning subsidies could be a way to help workers who have lost their jobs to technology, Congress was told Wednesday.

“Congress must ensure that resources for lifelong learning programs, which help workers access education and training opportunities, can be accessed by all workers, and in all parts of the country,” California Democratic Representative Susan Davis said in a House subcommittee hearing on ways to mitigate the impact of the anticipated loss of millions of jobs through technology advances.

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/tedknutson/2019/12/19/lifelong-learning-subsidies-seen-as-way-to-aid-workers-who-have-lost-their-jobs-to-tech/#57748cc6499e