When we talk about education and cities, we normally think about how municipalities can facilitate a higher access and quality of the learning processes. But what if we looked at this topic the other way around? How could better education on how cities work and their complexity, bring future generations of students and citizens closer to understanding the true complexity of cities, their challenges, and opportunities? In an increasingly challenging future, adequately teaching the city can direct towards better prospects.
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