Educator: What would education be like if reform started with a blank slate?

05/13/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Schools have not always existed in their current form, and the form they will take in future is unclear, writes Will Richardson, a parent, author, speaker and educator. In this blog post, Richardson suggests approaching the topic with a "beginner's mind" -- asking "what if" questions and considering how teaching, learning and school itself would work best if created today from scratch.

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