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Monday, Jan 4, 2010

Connecticut 2020: Will the State's Newspapers and TV Stations Remain in 2010?

Connecticut 2020: Will the State's Newspapers and TV Stations Remain in 2010?

A look at what the media might look like in the year 2020.

Monday, Jan 4, 2010

Connecticut 2020: Technology Leading Education's Improvements in 2020

Connecticut 2020: Technology Leading Education's Improvements in 2020

Administrators are already planning for what education will be like in the year 2020

Thursday, Dec 31, 2009

Connecticut 2020: How You'll Get the News

Connecticut 2020: How You'll Get the News

What will become of newspaper, Websites and -- gasp -- TV stations?

Monday, Jan 4, 2010

Connecticut 2020: Looking to Technology to Move Education Forward

Connecticut 2020: Looking to Technology to Move Education Forward

Math, science and world language are exploding in importance.

Wednesday, Dec 30, 2009

Connecticut 2020: The Decade of the Latino Boom

Connecticut 2020: The Decade of the Latino Boom

Latinos make up the largest and fastest growing ethnic minority group in our state. Just wait until you see the predictions for 2020.

Tuesday, Dec 29, 2009

About the "Connecticut 2020" Series

About the "Connecticut 2020" Series

We're looking ahead -- way ahead -- to what Connecticut will look like in the year 2020.

Tuesday, Dec 29, 2009

Connecticut 2020: The Future of Transportation

Connecticut 2020: The Future of Transportation

Will we be zipping around town Jetsons-style by the year 2020? Probably not, but the future of transportation in Connecticut will likely be quite different than it is now.

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