Monday, March 09, 2009

Back to the Future...

ASCD once again takes us back to the world of Reagan, Boy George, and a decent Baltimore Orioles; the year is 1983 and Arthur J. Lewis has just made a prediction...

From his vantage point more than two decades ago, Lewis sees a future where computers are ubiquitous, information is shared with incredible speed, and the U.S. population is on the decline. He notes that although anticipating the exact problems of the next century is not possible, predicting their essence is: "They will surely be global . . . and require the integration of knowledge from different fields for their solutions."

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