Futures Thinking Aotearoa at Work

Curtis, Yvonne
February 2009
Future Times;2009, Vol. 1, p2
The article reports on a study conducted by Futures Thinking Aotearoa (FTA) regarding new knowledge and how it is delivered to New Zealanders. The author states that reports from the Secondaryfutures expressing discontent with various aspects of New Zealand education prompted FTA to do the study. In March 2008, Mike Gould and Yvonne Curtis released a paper resulting to a public forum and a survey of FTA members. According to the author, FTA considers new knowledge as one of the eight factors that will determine New Zealand's prosperity.


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