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The Education Industry Needs to Wake Up to the Future

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In 2009, I predicted a major university would slash tuition by 5 percent in response to growing economic and technological changes. (See Prediction #2). I’m pleased to report that while the event didn’t occur in 2010 as I suggested (I was off by 46 days), The University of the South just announced it is cutting tuition by 10 percent or about $4,600.

Time will tell if my Number 1 prediction for 2011 will come to fruition but I remain convinced huge changes are coming to post-secondary education and the educationment establish needs to wake up to these transformations–now!. If they don’t they will—and should—become obsolete.

Interested in other predictions by futurist Jack Uldrich which have successfully played out? Check out these older posts.

In the Future, It’s Going to Get Very Crowd-Sourced

Chevy Has It’s Pulse on the Future

Other related posts.

A Futurist’s Perspective of Education

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