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Creative problem-solving skills are key to tomorrow's jobs

Research from Adobe emphasises the importance of creative problem-solving to ensure students succeed in work, and why curricula need to catch up

Posted by Charley Rogers | February 08, 2018 | Secondary

The company has released a global research study on the importance of teaching creative problem-solving skills to ensure students succeed at work.

'Creative Problem Solving in Schools: Essential Skills Today’s Students Need for Jobs in Tomorrow’s Age of Automation' saw Adobe surveying 2,000 educators and policymakers from the UK, Japan, Germany and the US. The results, released at Bett 2018, are as follows: 

To read the full study findings, please visit: https://cps.adobeeducate.com/

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