Continuous Innovation . . . followed by Continuous Improvement!

September 8, 2010 •

Critics have descended on the “Investing in Innovation” (“i3”) program of the U.S. Department of Education. Most argue it’s financing not innovation but the replication of old innovations. In a talk August 3 to the Knowledge Alliance, E|E’s Ted Kolderie explained why ‘continuous improvement’ alone is unsound policy; why sound policy does require true innovation – followed, of course, by “improvement”.