The South Korean government unveiled this week a set of long-term plans to foster creative talent
The South Korean government unveiled this week a set of long-term plans to foster creative talent, which the government considers one of the most important factors for the country’s future growth, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The decision came amid the acknowledgement that the current education system is not conductive to producing out-of-box thinkers, the report said.
“The government realized the education and hiring environment of today has its limitation in encouraging creative talents,” read a statement released by the Ministry of Science, ICT & Future Planning, Ministry of Education and Ministry of Employment and Labor on August 7, 2013.
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