And this from Chris Lehmann

We must take risks in education. We must challenge the tried-and-true way of educating students, but we must do it thoughtfully and carefully and transparently, because we don’t have the luxury of just “going out of business.” Every school that makes those choices poorly affects the lives of the students who honoured that school with their choice to go there. This is — as much as any other reason — why we must always, always, always humble ourselves before the enormity of the task in front of us.

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