Education requires a revolution. The future that we see for our children requires a ground-up rebuild of our education priorities, approaches, and funding. The kinds of revolutionary approaches to learning that we advocate for will require a breakthrough in thinking at every level. A revolution is best defined as a change that alters the entire way of doing something. When we consider the entire continuum of learning from primary schooling through to tertiary education and beyond, a radical approach to education for every child will be needed to achieve the standards that we expect. It must start in the primary stage of school, when children begin to learn who they are, how to learn and understand, and what to expect in life. This requires a major change in the way we teach children from the outset. Our vision for…

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