Billions of dollars and many more words have been spent discussing who will lead the U.S. for the next four years. But we’re invested in something more important: how we’re going to prepare our next generation of leaders.
Will we do it by making industrial schools better and more efficient? Or will we do it by recognizing the humanity and passions in each of us?
Will we do it through technology? Or building? Or community? Or tinkering?
Will we make it more fair for all students?
In 2024, today’s Kindergartners will be seniors in High School. That’s 3 election cycles from now. A lot can happen in a decade or so; just ask Google.
How we structure the future is up to us, not those we elect. Elect to be bold this decade.
Share your thoughts about what the next 12 years will look like amongst your friends, whether those be online or in your immediate area.
How will students learn?
Most importantly, WHY WILL STUDENTS LEARN?
If you choose to participate, add the #disrupty2024 hashtag to your tweet or link to your blog post.
We’ll share some of our student’s thoughts from St. Louis, feel free to post a few of your student’s ideas as well.
We look forward to speaking with you.
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