Education & Crisis-Driven Step-Changes
When it comes to education, a lot has changed quickly, by necessity. The results are mixed, and many of them have rough implications for the quality of teaching and learning, not to mention the community life so intrinsic to school. At the same time, though, it's undeniable that we are re-thinking things in ways that we've not had to before.
Ultimately, because of what we've had to do, we're going to come out of this far more aware of what we can do when it's over. And that will yield growth amidst the pain of all this. I explore this in an article I wrote, recently published by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). Check it out here.