The COVID-19 pandemic monumentally disrupted the American education system. The pandemic can be a catalyst for something better or it reinforce the status quo.
Michael argues that we have an opportunity to rethink the notion that a one-size-fits-all school system is the right answer for developing students and supporting parents. He joins the podcast to discuss how we can leverage the pandemic’s disruptions to foster a better education system. Michael shares some perspectives on change management in moving from responding to threats to seizing opportunities and how the theory of Jobs to Be Done can be used to help build the learning experiences that parents and students demand.