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Where the same reference source is used more than once, subsequent references are abbreviated in this way:
- 6: 1.2 - meaning: see chapter 1, note number 2.
- G.D. is Gordon Dryden, and J.V. is Jeannette Vos.
- Other page references are from this edition of The Learning Revolution.

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1. From Robert Reich, The Work Of Nations, Simon & Schuster, New York (1991). 19
2. Kevin Kelly, New Rules For The New Economy, article in Wired magazine (September, 1997). 21
3. Larry Downes and Chunka Mui, Unleashing The Killer App, Harvard Business School Press (1998). 21
4. Don Tapscott, Growing Up Digital, McGraw Hill, New York (1998). 23
5. Introduction.4. 23
6. See chapters 6 and 7 for full reference notes. 25
7. Fortune 500 Rich List (1997). 25
8. Information supplied by The Center For Accelerated Learning, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, U.S.A. (1996). 25
9. Results provided to J.V. by Leo Wood (1996). 25
10. John Medcalf, TARP: The Tape Assisted Reading Program, summarized on pages 384-385 of this book. 27
11. From G.D. visit to Beijing (1998). 27
12. Celebrating Multiple Intelligences: Teaching for Success, New City School, St. Louis, Missouri (1994). 27
13. Full details, from page 402. 27
14. Speech by Teo Chee Hean, Minister of Education, announcing Singapore's IT masterplan (April 28, 1997). 27
15. The Straits Times, Singapore (July 31, 1997). 29
16. Full details, from page 331. 29
17. European Union unemployment figures: The Economist (Sept. 28, 1996). 29
18. Jeremy Rifkin, The End of Work, Tarcher/Putnam (1995). 29
19. Study by Social Market Foundation, based on survey of 500,000 1995 pupils, summarized by The Sunday Times (August 25, 1996). 29
20. David Blunkett, since appointed Education and Employment Secretary, Labor to target reading ability, in The Times (May 30, 1996). 29
21. Introduction.10. 29
22. Skills-knowledge estimate by Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS), What Work Requires of America's Schools, U.S. Department of Labor (1991). 29
23. Introduction.18. 29
24. See chapter 7 for detailed research. 31
25. Elizabeth G. Hainstock, The Essential Montessori, Plume/Penguin, New York (revised 1997), provides excellent summary of Montessori history, critics and principles. 33
26. David Hood, Chief Executive, New Zealand Qualifications Authority, in Education Is Change, Bridget Williams books (1993). 33
27. SuperCamp research by Jeannette Vos-Groenendal, An Accelerative/Integrative Learning Model Program: Based on Participant Perceptions of Student Attitudinal and Achievement Changes, unpublished doctoral dissertation, ERIC and Northern Arizona University (1991). 35

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