Educational knowledge, and how that logic is delivered, is rapidly changing for our students, and school administrators need to keep that in mind as we continue to modify our curriculum in upcoming years, said Broadwell.
Technology is also exposing students to the global marketplace that will be facing them.
As the members of the class of 2020 advance in their educational careers, I believe they will be exposed to a more global perspective of education and educational opportunities through technology. They will become more self-learners via the computer, said Broadwell.
Thats something Spillings mother, April, hopes for.I hope he can have a good education in such a small town, said April. That there will be enough advanced classes.
Lucas too has some concerns about his education. Spilling attended Stepping Stones Preschool, in Elizabethtown, part-time. He can already count and knows his ABCs, but hes worried that he cant yet read.
Spilling starts attending Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School this year, starting on Sept. 5. His teacher will be Shana Kirk.
The best thing about my school will be meeting new friends, said Lucas.