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What Teach to One Has to Teach About Education’s Innovation Problem

October 21, 2019 Education Week

By: Rick Hess, Education Week

Education is filled with talk of “innovation.” The term gets indiscriminately attached to whatever school model, professional-development strategy, or community program is being pushed at the moment. This endless search for the new new thing tends to squeeze out attention to the more practical dimensions of “educational innovation”—such as why sensible efforts to solve important problems so often struggle to gain traction.

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