Saucon Valley School District provides comprehensive and equitable access to educational technology and web resources to ensure its students develop the essential knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to thrive as citizens and lifelong learners.
The Saucon Valley School District is committed to developing students who are college and career ready.
What knowledge, skills and dispositions do our students need to thrive and work in the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
The Fourth Industrial Revolution & Education
An education system designed for an industrial economy that is now being automated requires transformation, from a system based on facts and procedures to one that actively applies that knowledge to collaborative problem solving.
World Economic Form
Emerging technologies inevitably have both merits and risks. The extent to which the benefits are maximized and the risks mitigated depends on the quality of governance protocols – policies, norms, standards and incentives that shape the development and deployment of technologies
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
The underlying call to action in this report asks education and business leaders to work in concert “to help broaden young people’s horizons, raise their aspirations, and provide them with the vital work-related knowledge and skills that will help them as they make the transition from school to work.