21st Century Schools offers constant mentoring and valuable resources for strengthening the ability of school principals, teachers and policy makers. All primary schools (pupils aged 10 to 15) will receive Micro:bit devices (pocket computers) that will help young people learn new digital skills and programming skills in a fun and interactive way.

In order to be competitive in the global labor market students need key skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, digital literacy and creativity. The 21st Century Schools program supports the development of young people in these fields in order to build a better future.

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