A Student's Perspective: Not Taking a Risk, Risks My Future: (Part 2 of a 2-part series on the 'Workforce of the Future')
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Discussions are taking place everywhere challenging the effectiveness of digital learning. Let's stop asking the same archaic questions. Technology in the classroom is not the question.
It's said it takes a village to raise a child, and when it comes to education, that village is comprised of caring, concerned, involved parents who serve as positive role models for their children.
We adults talk frequently about education reform that is tied to new technology, virtual classes, teacher effectiveness, and individualized student learning. I think we overlook the importance of culture.
The choices we face in changing education are not black and white. The menu of change does not consist of either 'keep bad public schools' or 'open more charter schools.'
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