There's a secret hidden in plain sight: school doesn't work for many, many students because, to a large extent, today’s schools were built for yesterday’s world. Schools still prioritize teaching over learning, conformity over agency, memorization over application, testing knowledge over using it, grading over growing, competition over collaboration, stress over engagement, the what over the why. What would happen, though, if we designed school with students and the future in mind? Every other Wednesday, parents, students, and fellow teachers should join Terry Dubow, Garet Libbey, and Julia Griffin as they interview experts, students, and educators, and explore ways to redesign school for changed world.

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