The schools of today drastically differ from those our parents used to go to a few decades ago - and we aren’t talking walls here. The way how today’s students learn and what has changed, too. It’s considered strange if the class full of teenage kids sit still the whole lesson without moving around, communicating, or co-working in small groups. 21st-century learning targets a very specific skill set rather than sets students up to acquire the basis for specific professions. Why do we see such a shift and what kind of education do our kids receive in today’s world? Let’s break it down.