Innovative information technologies are creating a revolution in classrooms and homes from K-12 through college. Children and adults have access to a wealth of knowledge online presented in a stunning variety of formats that take advantage of different learning styles.
The 20th Century witnessed incredible growth in the power and sophistication of hardware medical devices. From internal defibrillators to insulin pumps, these devices have saved and extended the lives of thousands of patients worldwide.
The 21st Century will be seen as the the health and medical information technology era.
The economic future of our country rests in the creation of high-skilled jobs and the education of workers who can fill those jobs. These jobs will not be the typical factory jobs of the past, but will be jobs requiring knowledge and skills in science, technology, engineering, and math. Regional economic development strategies need to embrace comprehensive approaches to job creation, and to job education and training.