Nice insight from India on similar trends and issue that they are seeing in their county.
""While our generation was willing to live with problems unsolved indefinitely, our children don't want to do that anymore," says Anil Gupta, founder, Honey Bee Network. Children today look at things with fresh eyes and a perspective untainted by everyone else's opinion. "They learn about their world around them by pushing the limits, discovering what's possible and what's not," he adds."
Also, check out some ideas that they are suggested to incorporate in their schools.
"- Each school should set up innovation clubs to pursue four goals: search, spread, sense [unmet needs] and celebrate innovations
- Children should be engaged in benchmarking societal inertia so that the future will overcome deeply institionalised inertia
- We should encourage children to start up enterprise if some of them wish
- We could give concession in marks and attendance to innovative children if need be, and also scholarships to underprivileged children
- School textbooks should include examples of innovation by children and innovators"
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