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Technological assessment and then an educated forecast of what the future will bring have been used with various degrees of success for research planning by various agencies of the government and industry for a number of years. This paper presents the starting structure for an assessment of electrical engineering education. The structure in the form of a relevance tree is presented with major branches of programs, content, and form. Further breakdowns of the branches with a culmination in very specific elements of electrical engineering education are illustrated with figures and discussed in the text. The paper concludes with a request for assistance on detailed assessments on the very specific elements in the tree.