This Critical Metric is Missing From Education

#267 | May 27, 2022​ | Image by Gordon Johnson

There is a day towards the end of the primary or elementary school year when your students for the following year join you as a group for the first time. It is a special occasion.

Everyone scans the room for connections and friendships, hope and anticipation all balled into a collective excitement about being another year older.

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Helping people re-discover the curiosity they had when they were 6 years old; designing learning that uses that curiosity to change the world around us.

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Helping people re-discover the curiosity they had when they were 6 years old; designing learning that uses that curiosity to change the world around us.

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