Rethinking Education – The needs of the future are mandating that we produce a faster, smarter, better grade of human being

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The average person in the U.S. has 100,500 words flowing into their heads on a daily basis.

In 2008, Roger Bohn and James Short, two researchers at the University of California in San Diego, decided to do a study to determine the amount of information people have entering their brains on a daily basis.

 

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