With Dr. Marc T. Frankel: A central question for schools today is how to prepare students to “adapt and contribute responsibly to our changing world.” The good news is that we know the answer. This answer has less to do with traditional markers of success—test scores and elite university admissions—and more to do with habits of mind and heart that students can take with them to a multiplicity of schools and workplaces. The challenge of the future is to stay continuously relevant, and the great schools will be those that prepare students to find and sustain their own relevance. Learn what makes a great school and how international education can be at the vanguard of preparing students “to lead healthy, fulfilling, purposeful lives” in an ever-changing world.