The fascinating thing about what’s covered in this article is that there are so many people in the…
Andrew Bieronski
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That’s my experience, too, Andrew. Most people freely acknowledge that these “truths” exist, but they feel powerless to change them. Teachers look to administrators; administrators look to policy makers; policy makers look to…um…the 19th Century I guess. In rare instances do I see schools or districts craft a more modern, relevant vision for their work and then have the patience and the commitment to implement the vision in thoughtful, sustainable ways.

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