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Tom McHale

Faces of the Future: An Education Week Series - Education Week - 17 views

    " Across the country, talented and driven young people are pushing well beyond the boundaries of school, finding new ways to learn advanced computer science, tackle big challenges, and start mapping an uncharted future. As part of Education Week's special coverage of schools and the future of work, we're profiling some of these students, because we believe their stories hold important lessons about the promise-and peril-that all of today's students will face in tomorrow's uncertain labor market. Check out the student profiles below:"
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    It is great that people have so many possibilities to learn today.
    Though a lot of people still think that online education has cons (maybe it is partially true), I personally find it to be very effective. The biggest advantage for me is that students have the freedom to juggle their careers and school because they aren't tied down to a fixed schedule. It also so happened that I worked with the guys from and wrote an article on the topic. If done correctly, online classes can be as effective as regular school classes, even more for some students. The scientists concluded that distance learning is efficient with a quality curriculum in combination with the right method of education and pedagogical approach.
    Thank For The Great Content Sir, I Will also Share with my Friends, once again Thanks a lot qansbook
Louis Mazza

MACCS Foundation - 11 views

  • created to aid in providing new opportunities, but will also financially support MACCS. The Foundation’s overall role will be to secure funding resources from foundations, corporations, and individuals for which funds are not available from federal, state, and local public sources to distribute to MACCS.
Heather Hurley

Futurework 2020 - 0 views

    A contest for students in Middle and High School. What new jobs will be available in the 2020.
dean groom

BBC NEWS | Technology | Luminaries look to the future web - 0 views

    Great article on the future of the web from people who predicted it's growth a decade or two ago. Where to they see it heading now. Interesting to compare this to NMCs Horizon Report 2008.
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