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Gary Marx on Education: 'The Future Is in Schools Today'

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How can educators remain "in touch?" Watch Gary Marx discuss the importance for teachers and leaders to remain plugged in to the trends shaping the future of education: 

[Source: Gary Marx, AASA National Conference on Education Bookstore, Feb. 27, 2015, San Diego. Taped by Lifetouch.]

His comments follow a book signing and presentation on his trends research at the 2015 AASA's National Conference on Education in San Diego. A longtime AASA senior executive, Marx helped the association celebrate its 150th anniversary.  

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