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The Future Starts Now

A look at education in the year 2020.

No one can resist trying to peek into the future, whether it’s only to imagine your next birthday present or to guess what the Mad Men cliffhanger will be. But reading the following section is more than a summertime daydream—your job may well depend upon the information contained inside. You already know that predicting the future (and positioning your district for it) is one of those tasks that was never listed in your job description but still needs to be done. Now, here’s your guide. Curious about what classrooms will look like in 2020? Perplexed about what the next big trend will be? Anxious to know how the hot trend in higher ed might affect your schools? All the answers, and much more, follow. Go ahead, take a peek. You’ll feel so confident about the upcoming school year, you might just have more time to daydream about present possibilities.

Tomorrow’s Classroom
By 2020, school will be less of a citadel than ever, and kids will be doing more and more of their learning in the real world.

Rising Tablets
The numbers are in: Tablets are taking schools by storm across the United States.

MOOC: Will These Four Letters Change K–12?
Find out how higher learning’s latest infatuation might play with younger students.

Dateline 2006
Education gets blamed for moving too slowly, but there has been real progress in the past seven years.

Career High
Brooklyn’s P-TECH aims to give its kids a high school diploma, an associate’s degree, and the promise of a real job. Will this experiment change high schools nationwide?

What's Next
Augmented reality and NUIs may seem like sci-fi, but in some schools, the future is here.

—Summer 2013—

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