Canada 2067 Learning Roadmap: Key Recommendations
In a time when most Canadian youth disengage from science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) studies before high school graduation, we need to better prepare them for a future where disruptive technologies and changes in the labour market will reward highly skilled workers. Thousands of Canadians contributed to the development of the Canada 2067 Learning Roadmap – a set of key recommendations to ensure Canadian youth will be prepared to contribute and thrive in an ever more complex and technologically intensive world.
To learn more about the dynamic conversations about the future of science learning in Canada, take a look at the summary of our National Leadership Conference or Youth Summits.
The recommendations of the Learning Roadmap will also support Canada’s commitment to meeting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #4 – ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education for all. Learn more.
How we teach:
How we learn:
What we learn:
Where education leads:
Equity and inclusivity:
Developed through a year-long effort that convened stakeholders, gathered insights and reviewed global policy initiatives, the Canada 2067 recommendations look towards the bicentennial year when today’s teens will be considering their retirement. The detailed Canada 2067 Learning Roadmap and supporting documents can be found below: