Leaders for the Future

Picture of student in the classroom

I learned to be led but also to be a leader.


PM Knowledgeable Youth

22 July 2016

Global, Various Cities

Everyone agrees education can change a life. But what if education went beyond teaching facts?

What if education taught students how to learn?

As project-based learning increasingly becomes the standard teaching approach in many classrooms, it is being proven that learning through hands-on activities bridges the gap between knowing and doing.

When students learn and apply project management skills, they develop 21st Century skills for communicating, organizing workloads, planning, and thinking critically and become more collaborative, creative leaders.

Watch and hear for yourself why the youth agree that learning project management is so impactful.


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