We have entered a period of significant change, driven by
1) the ever intensifying needs of our society for knowledge and educated people,
2) the sharply different learning characteristics of the ìplug and playî generation,
3) and the need for new paradigms in how we develop, finance, and deliver educational opportunities.
The most critical challenge before us is to develop the capacity for change in our educational infrastructure. The status quo is no longer an option.
Only a concerted effort to understand the important traditions of the past, the challenges of the present, and the possibilities for the future can enable our educational institutions to thrive during a time of such rapid and radical change.
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