When students wake up in the late 2030s, they won't have to take many steps to go to "class": School subjects will be right at their fingertips via a personal device or in their field of vision in the form of a heads-up display from an ocular implant, predicts the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. A night's worth of learning material will have stacked up for them to ponder, along with assignments from a teacher, notes from fellow students on cooperative projects, and maybe even an interactive history lesson. Education will be 24-7, and technology won't just facilitate remote learning: When kids do...

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