Education looks vastly different than what many remember from previous generations, and has even changed a lot in the last ten years.
Because of that, one local school district is inviting their communities out to see what learning for today's students look like. Dr. Kristen Kendrick-Weikle is the Superintendent of the Warrensburg-Latham School district and explains this is an opportunity for students to display various projects, learning opportuties and tools but it's also a time for the community to see this as well.
Dr. Kendrick-Weikle says the ways technology is utilized in the classrooms is going to be an example of the progress in classroom learning in today's learning environments.
While technology is a big piece of learning now, but Dr. Kendrick-Weikle says 21st century learning involved more in depth thinking and collaboration. She says those types of learning experiences will be on display Wednesday.
The 21st Century Learning Expo is Wednesday from 6 pm to 7 pm at Warrensburg-Latham Hig School and is open to the public.