Wired: On Learning By Doing

“Against this arresting background, an exciting new kind of learning is taking place in America. Alternatively framed as maker classes, after-school innovation programs, and innovation prizes, these programs are frequently not framed as learning at all.”

It’s a relief to hear this. With our prior experience as a company being in the education sector, we have been watching (and pushing back in every way we could, by empowering students and teachers stuck in a terrible system) as things have gone into a steep decline in the majority of our public schools. It’s exciting to read that those with direct reach are going even further and that we, as a company, are still poised to make a difference in the world of education.



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