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Brittany Aiello - Communications Program Manager

Since the launch of the Commission on Creating the Next in Education's groundbreaking 2018 report, Deliberate Innovation, Lifetime Education, much has changed at Georgia Tech. We have a new university president and a new provost. We've experienced a completely novel academic year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

C21U has a new interim executive director. Georgia Tech has a new strategic plan for the years 2020 to 2030. However, many of the themes highlighted in the 2018 report -- themes like Lifetime Education, Distributed Worldwide Presence, AI, Whole Person Development, and more -- continue to be both critical to the future of Georgia Tech and relevant within the new Strategic Plan.

That is why in 2020, C21U undertook a mapping exercise to explore the many ways that the concepts and projects highlighted in the CNE report overlay with Georgia Tech's new strategic vision for the future. You can view our Strategic Plan Mapping exercise below.

A sankey chart showing all of the CNE themes mapped to corresponding Strategic Plan goals.