Aug 2016

Beyond Disrupting Class

When we published Disrupting Class in 2008, we had no idea what it would help unleash.

As Gisele Huff, executive director of the Jaquelin Hume Foundation, observed recently, the book served as a vehicle to change the dialogue in education from school improvement to transforming schools through innovation. Innovation in our schools is critical so that we can personalize learning for each student’s distinct needs such that each and every student fulfills his or her fullest potential.

The national dialogue has changed since 2008 in substantial ways.


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