When studying history or considering the future, we most often search for the "reason" things turn out the way they do. In reality, the drivers of change are wide and varied. Trends, choices, random events, and careful plans all contribute to the outcomes of the past and the outcomes we have yet to experience. This foundation lesson introduces students to drivers of change and asks them to re-examine the causes of change.
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