1) A demand and growing appetite for creativity in society, both in private (family and friends) and public environments (community, labor and economic), which seeks for creative and flexible profiles in its members: makers, proactive members, trainers, leaders, scientists, professionals, workers, managers, and other cultural agents to adapt to new environments and constant change demands.
2) An increasingly democratic, technological, and portable digital world seeking for new routes of expression to meet more and new needs that modern times incorporate on a daily basis. Today formal education is in a period of inspection and adaptation to these circumstances.
Sir Ken Robinson
Perhaps its complex structure prevents it to quickly change their old standards to new ones, not before passing the tests that the system require. Without interfering in this process that requires greater efforts in its reorganization, we find relevant to be complementary agents to our people’s training from the beginning, to slowly incorporate all across the age spectrum of our society this powerful concept: