10 Inevitable Education Evolutions Educators Can Lead

| December 8, 2019

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Change in education is something that is being discussed, written about, researched and even making the news at unprecedented levels. Like our climate crisis, it’s not a matter of whether it’s happening, but who will actually take action. If educators allow others to take the lead politicians, researchers, pundits, business leaders, and consultants to name just a few then the changes will be delayed and ultimately implemented with less fidelity. It’s time for educators to own the changes, thus owning their profession.

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