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The Most Dangerous Word

A run in with a former student who believes schools fail youth.

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By Gint Aras

The most dangerous word in education is success. I know some readers will be shocked: shouldn’t the whole purpose of education be a student’s success?

I want to tell a story about a former student I ran into while waiting for a flight; it was a “small…

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