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A t TEDx London, Sir Ken Robinson concluded the day’s conference with a poignant reminder: “The reason why today’s conversation is so important is that we are living in revolutionary times; that’s why we need a revolution in education” . He identifies two major drivers of change, population growth and technology , both of which are changing exponentially … “And that rate of change is going to accelerate; it’s not going to decrease. We’re not heading towards some calm pasture where all the change will be behind us; they will simply become more tumultuous”. Therefore, we now have to take note of the magnitude of changes and challenges, and of the need to see education as key to the future. “I think it’s important that we recognise the conversation is not happening in a vacuum.