We sense a growing, spreading, desire to re-think the strategy for education -- both the 'what' of school and the 'how' of change.
We've just released a new paper, which proposes a new and different 'theory of action'.
We do need very different schools, and approaches to learning. But, being practical, we can't vote-in radical change. Rather, we need to arrange for K-12 to change the way successful systems change. Through innovation.
I hope you will look at the paper, and send me your reaction -- email@example.com.
We'll be sending soon a second paper explaining how to organize the 'innovation' side of this strategy; explaining also how and why chartering lost its initial focus on innovation.