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Different Schools for a Different World

By: McLeod, Scott.
Contributor(s): Shareski, Dean.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Solutions series.Publisher: Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press, 2017Description: 61 pages.ISBN: 9781943874101.Subject(s): Educational change | Education -- Aims and objectives | Educational accountability | Comparative education | United States | United StatesDDC classification: 370.973 MCL Summary: This resource details six key arguments for why educators must approach school improvement differently in the 21st century: (1) information literacy, (2) the economy, (3) learning, (4) boredom, (5) innovation, and (6) equity. Learn how schools are tackling these six arguments head-on in order to help students grow into global citizens, critical thinkers, innovators, and literate content consumers.
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This resource details six key arguments for why educators must approach school improvement differently in the 21st century: (1) information literacy, (2) the economy, (3) learning, (4) boredom, (5) innovation, and (6) equity. Learn how schools are tackling these six arguments head-on in order to help students grow into global citizens, critical thinkers, innovators, and literate content consumers.

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