When you meet your future and you don’t recognize it

Today is the day Marty from Back to the Future traveled to…

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You Won’t Believe All The Stuff Back To The Future Got RightBasically, everything ‘Back To The Future II’ predicted came true

Posted by NowThis Entertainment on Monday, October 19, 2015

It doesn’t feel like we are in that future though does it?

How many times in education does that happen to teachers? Students surprise you, for better or worse, over the school year with their achievement. 2014 arrived and not all students were at grade level as NCLB promised. Units do not always end on time or in the place you thought they might. So we are sort of experts in adjusting our perception of the present as a modification of our projected future.

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