When educating students for the future, preparing them with 21st-century skills that are critical in our information-based economy, together with a rich and rigorous curriculum, are instrumental. In our ever-changing world, employers desire more than just workers. They favor diverse thinkers who are knowledgeable in a wide range of fields, who are able to creatively solve problems. Individuals must be innovative and collaborative and possess strong communication skills. The majority of today’s business leaders report that creativity is the most important skill they seek when hiring. Read more about how Kimberton Waldorf School prepares students for the future in our feature article in Chester County Life magazine.