A this moment, some 80 millions young people are sitting in their classes in high schools across all 28 countries of the European Union (EU). Some of them are following their teachers’ lectures, some other are reading and some of them are studying with their colleagues. But regardless of the fact that at the age of 15, nearly 100 per cents of the EU population is still a part of formal education, education experts across the Union are worried about what young people learn in schools.
The truth of young generation is that technology is changing every bit of our lives. Historians argue that innovation and technology has impacted humans since the dawn of civilization. But what differentiates this inevitable change is the unprecedented pace in which it has accelerated in the past century.