The working world is acknowledging the need to step away from the traditional 9-to-5 and embrace change.
Yet, should this also be the case with how we approach education? Two entrepreneurs believe so.
The founders of the Liger Leadership Academy (LLA), Trevor Gile and Agnieszka Tynkiewicz-Gile, see the traditional, passive style of education as one that no longer works.
“The problem with the Victorian model of education, the one that’s traditional, lecture-based, is it presupposes that the adults in the room know everything that the young people need to know,” Gile, founder and chairperson of LLA’s board of directors, told CNBC Make It.
“And the fact is, as the world’s changing so fast, we have no idea — as educators and parents — what