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Trusting the People Who Do the Work

On Monday I'm going to offer the final post of the futures blog, trying to link together some of what we've discussed over the past few months, and lay out some of the choices that are before us. But since this is Friday, I thought I'd just share a couple of things in the school world that might give us a sense of what we might be aiming towards.

At the school level, I spent a week at High Tech High earlier this spring. It's a socio-economically mixed school which is striking for the way that it is teacher and student driven; you can't teach there if you can't come up with projects and curriculum that will arouse the kids passions; you won't thrive as a student there if you don't invest in your learning.

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