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Should our educational system be changed to meet the changing world of work?

Read the article written by Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google where he talks about educating the work force for tomorrow's jobs: What are your thoughts on the article? Should we be revising our educational system to better serve the needs of tomorrow's workers? What kinds of skills do you think workers will need in the future?
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