This blog series was authored by our own A.J. Juliani, Head of Learning & Growth.
It seems after all this research I’ve done on the current state of education and all the reading I’ve done on the future of learning, that one piece of information keeps coming back to get me again and again. It’s basically screaming at me when I look at past innovations, past movements and reforms, and current changes in education.
My opinion on the future of education (and learning) doesn’t matter.
Does that seem harsh? Give me a minute to explain.