Teachers as social entrepreneurs, on Eduwonk

January 17, 2013 • Kim Farris-Berg

I’m excited and honored to have been guest blogger at Eduwonk yesterday. I hope you’ll visit Andrew Rotherham’s blog and give it a read. As always with our work at Education Evolving, we welcome your feedback.

The guest blog concludes, “Teachers could be the social entrepreneurs we need for K-12. So why not open the opportunity for interested teachers to show us how they would run schools? . . . Better that than sticking exclusively to a top-down management system and finding we were famously wrong.”