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<h2>Fareed Zakaria GPS</h2>

September 5, 2021 |A Fareed Zakaria GPS Special: The Post-COVID-19 World. Once the extraordinary measures are over, how will our world have changed? How should it be different?

Fareed talks to Joanne Lipman, former Editor-in-Chief of USA Today, on how the pandemic has made us rethink the workplace and our work-life balance. Then, former U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, tells Fareed how the transition to digital school came with a big learning curve for students, teachers, and parents alike and what can be done to improve the future of education. In the Spring of 2020, many thought cities would be yet another victim of the pandemic, but University of Toronto Professor Richard Florida says cities are here to stay – they just need to evolve. Lastly, Zanny Minton Beddoes, the editor-in-chief of The Economist, discusses the post-pandemic economy and what it will look like for people, for corporations and for nations.

GUESTS: Joanne Lipman, Arne Duncan, Richard Florida, Zanny Minton Beddoes

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