Let's start taking all of the cultural challenges we're facing (racism, poverty, sexism, classism, healthcare, etc.), and as part of the school curriculum, begin wrapping children's infinitely curious and imaginative minds around solving these interesting problems.
The beauty of this strategy is children are naturally open-minded, unbiased, and straightforward. When we plant seeds of creativity from a young age, by the time they come to harvest, these protective and egotistical ways of being will no longer make sense because they've effectively unlearned them during their formative years.
Interestingly, there would be very little need to emphasize action because to be kind, compassionate, and empathetic is what it means to be human, which is why most people want to leave the Earth a better place than they found it.
The catalyst to change really comes back to awareness and understanding. Let's widen the lens of our children and teach them how to become great observers of their lives, as new seeing always leads to new ways of being. A lack of transformation has always been a seeing problem!
This is a preventative, empowering, and generous approach to outgrowing the separateness and selfishness that created these problems, to begin with.
"Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all." Aristotle