It is an unusual aspect of our school systems: people tend to question proposed changes more than current, redundant practices.
The Need for Discontinuous Improvement
Mike Crowley

Parents in particular don’t see current practices as redundant because they only really know “school” from their own experiences. Many of them likely haven’t been aware of big questions that we’re asking now about reinventing “school” (School 2.0, according to Grant Lichtman). Some people, when met with the question, “Why do you do x that way?” respond, “Because we’ve always done it that way.” Our job is to peel back knee-jerk responses and ask the really big question: “Why not?”

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