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The Future Problem Solving Program (FPSP) encourages critical and creative thinking as well as problem solving.
Dr. E. Paul Torrance, the father of this much loved program, founded it back in the early 1970's and each year it engages the minds of over 250,000 students internationally.

Forty-three affiliate programs throughout Australia, New Zealand, Korea, Canada,
Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore offer academically talented students
the chance to showcase their creative skills. The International Conference
features four days of stimulating competitive problem solving,
cooperative educational seminars, and social activities.
Each year over 2,000 students and coaches attend the FPS IC.

FPS has additional program components:
Community Problem Solving and Scenario Writing