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Educators do not know what skills are required for the job market

The skills that secondary/tertiary schools teach their students are rarely those that employers seek. As a result, students are not qualified for available jobs, and employers cannot find suitable hires.

Educators are not incentivized to align curricula to job market needs

Educators lack the mechanisms or resources that would incentive them to match education and training curricula to skills required in the job market.

Customizable Education

Skills mismatches are the second largest driver of youth unemployment in Africa. Traditional education systems are not keeping...

Soft Skills Certification

In today’s shifting labor market, soft skills such as critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication are key to...

Employer Partnerships

Countries with the lowest youth unemployment rates have one thing in common: a close connection between education and work. To...