April 13, 2024

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The Global Problem-Solving Competition: Air Quality Challenge

Big group of students and parents at International Conference 2023

Air Quality will be the focus for Global Issues Problem Solvers, Scenario Writers, and Scenario Performers.

Future Problem Solvers from around the globe will converge on the Indiana University campus on June 5th, 2024, to celebrate the final round of their competitive season. After months of dedication, perseverance, and rigorous preparation, attendees have emerged victorious, after demonstrating exceptional skills, creativity, and innovation.

Annually, the International Conference draws 2,000+ problem-solving champions from around the world. The 2024 event will celebrate 50 years of outstanding educational opportunities for students.

The program is renowned for its rigorous challenges and showcases the brightest talents in solving community and future problem scenarios. The focus problem of the international competition will be Air Quality. Successful teams and individuals will converge to recognize and further challenge their expertise gained from using the Creative Problem-Solving process.

“We are incredibly proud of our problem solvers for their outstanding achievements,” said April Michele, Executive Director of Future Problem Solving International, “Their success reflects the dedication and hard work they have put into honing their skills. They embody the spirit of 50 years of excellence and innovation that defines problem-solving. We have full confidence in their ability to shine on the international stage. The problem solvers of today will be the change makers for a better tomorrow.”

Students with awards from IC 2023

Future Problem-Solving Program International is supported by a diverse global community of educators, staff, parents, volunteers, alumni, and, most importantly, passionate, dedicated, and successful students. Future Problem Solving prepares these students to be tomorrow’s leaders, ready to solve global problems.

Future Problem-Solving places students at the core of a dynamic, purposeful learning experience and helps them develop their voices. By equipping participants with the necessary skills to build a positive future, they are ready to adapt to a changing world. Each year more than 30,000 K-12 students in at least 34 states and 14 countries around the world participate in a variety of challenges designed to empower curious young people to become changemakers.

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