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Image a teenager going to sleep today and waking up in July of 2005What kind of world would he or she find Would it be a world of thefuture or a world of utter chaos Some in society believe that theworld will come to a disastrous end or be forever changed and sent intoa dark ages of sorts Others believe that past the year 2000 will beginan age of enlightenment So a question posed to society is what willIn a post apocolyptic world education would be the farthest from mostminds However some will see the need to preserve the history andeducate the young So parents will take it upon themselves to teachtheir children as much as they can Perhaps luckier kids will be taughtat a community school in one persons home The education at best willbe rudiamentary The highest level of education will probably be nomore than an eighth grade reading and comprehension level Computerskills will be lost due to the Y2K bugs effects on world wide computersThose are the frightening possibilities of what the youth face inA more optimistic view of our education system is that the world willembrace the power of knowledge In the year 2005 computer skills and aminor in computer sciences will be a prerequesite for almost all jobsIn order to prepare students for a computer driven world it will fallupon the governments of the world to supply each student with his or herown computer So hopefully by the year 2005 the American educationsystem will have adjusted and each student will have a computer In theyear 2005 the fourth grader will probably be studying at a sixth gradeif not higher level compared to todays youth In addition the writingskills of many pupils will be greatly improved compared to todays dueto the tougher state tests being administered If society is lucky by2005 the education system will look hardly anything like todays Theteacher will no longer be the teacher just a facilitator to
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