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Knowledge Mobilization in 2032

Updated: Aug 22, 2023

The ways in which people access information for professional development have shifted significantly in recent years. This is especially true in the field of education, which has experienced dramatic change and challenges in the past few years, such as adapting to virtual learning during COVID-19, learning loss among students, workforce shortages, and more.

Education networks have long been a source of knowledge and support for education professionals, but for many networks, it has been difficult to keep up with the pace of change in the field and ensure their knowledge and resources are reaching those who need it most. The education field has experienced dramatic changes and challenges recently, such as impacts from the pandemic, workforce shortages, and more, and education networks need to find ways to adapt to reach changing audiences with different ways of accessing information.

To explore how education networks might evolve to ensure their knowledge and resources are having the desired reach and impact, Institute for the Future facilitated a series of future visioning sessions among education networks. The content of those sessions are summarized in a report, Knowledge Mobilization in 2032: Building future-ready professional education networks.

The report offers insight into question such as: How might we build resilient networks for knowledge mobilization? How might practitioner networks adapt and transform to meet future challenges?

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