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Read MoreThe Department of Education (DOE) is releasing a new guide to help school districts better understand and prepare for a wide range of new educational and job opportunities that could change the world.
The new tool, called “What’s Next for Education in 2020,” aims to “provide a concise guide for schools, educators, and community organizations to better understand how to prepare students for the challenges of today, in the years ahead and in the future.”
The guide includes an interactive timeline of what is happening in the education sector, as well as a look at what’s coming in the 2020s.
It’s available to download for free to schools and community groups across the country, and the DOE hopes to launch a partnership with the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) to bring it to teachers and students nationwide.
This guide is the result of years of collaboration between the DOE and the education community, DOE officials told The Hill in a statement.
“It was developed to help schools and educators prepare for what’s to come as the DOE continues to evolve its strategies and plans for the future of the U.S. education system,” the DOE added.
“The DOE has worked with the AFT to create this resource to provide the resources needed to support teachers and educators, while helping them better prepare students to navigate the coming changes to the U,S.
economy and the world.”
The DOE’s guide has been designed with educators and students in mind, and includes a wide array of topics from technology to education to workforce development, according to the DOE.
The document includes a wealth of resources on topics like career paths, career-driven hiring, education policy and technology, STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) training, and workforce planning and advancement.
“We’re really proud of the work that our educational partners have done in creating this resource,” said DOE Assistant Secretary for the Education, Technology, and Innovation, Michelle R. Johnson.
“We’re particularly pleased that these resources were created in partnership with AFT.”
This guide should help schools prepare for their students’ needs in the upcoming academic year.
“Schools should know where they are and how to go about preparing their students for a career in the United States,” Johnson added.
“Teachers should know how to help their students gain the skills they need to succeed in the workplace.”
Read MoreIt is also aimed at helping educators plan for future changes in the workforce and how they can prepare for that.
“For students to transition to the workforce, they need a broad background and a clear understanding of the workforce in which they will be working,” Johnson said.
“This is a very relevant resource for schools to use to help them better understand their students needs and prepare them for their future jobs.”
In a statement, the DOE said that this guide is a “first step toward making education more accessible to students across the United