The oldest members of Generation Alpha, the children of millennials, are just now entering Kindergarten. If it's true that millennial parents are poised to be the most successful in history, what can we expect from their children?
Here are a few things we can predict for Generation Alpha:
Based on the above traits, we may not only be looking at a generation of great caregivers, but a generation of great kids. It's a good reason to be positive, especially when facing the big social issues of the next few decades — issues like globalization, climate change, an aging population, and dwindling natural resources. That's a lot to worry about, but perhaps it's safe to hope that today's informed, enthusiastic millennial caregivers are in a good position to nurture the great minds of tomorrow.
Anne K. Halsall is the co-founder and CPO of Winnie, a technology network for local parents.
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