Preparing students for success in an ever-changing world
One morning during the summer of 1994, I walked into Omega Restaurant and overheard two gentlemen debating who was the better third baseman for the Chicago Cubs: Ron Cey or Steve Buechele.
In the pre-Internet world of 1994, theirs was a discussion limited by their memories and what had been printed in that day’s newspaper.
Twenty years later, their conversation would most likely retain the same intense feeling but sound very different. Knowledge of facts and figures is no longer the commodity it once was; information is ubiquitous.
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