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In our research, previous efforts to turn around chronically failing schools have been unsuccessful as they have not addressed the core issue with our education system, the business model. From 2007 – 2017, we witnessed the insurgence of the information age. Flip phones became smartphones, lightbulbs became intelligent and cars autonomous. Information is readily available with the tap of your finger. Now we are starting to see astonishing medical advancements with the mapping of the human genome. Companies are radically transforming their business models to support new customer needs with the rise of artificial intelligence.

 

 

Now we are starting to see astonishing medical advancements with the mapping of the human genome. Companies are radically transforming their business models to support new customer needs with the rise of artificial intelligence. The business model of public education, specifically in underserved communities, still operates in the industrial age with a culture of producing students on a conveyor belt instead of customizing and personalizing the experience to support parental choice and student agency.

 

The ability to orient education around the rapidly changing needs of our communities and workforce hinges on the alignment of public awareness, policy, informed and networked stakeholders and the ability to rethink some of our time-worn education systems and structures.

 

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