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Kathy Schrock

Eastham, MA, United States

Marlene G. Forney

San Marcos, CA, United States

Leigh Zeitz

Cedar Falls, IA, United States

Charlene Chausis

Lincolnshire, IL, United States

Steve Hargadon

Lincoln, CA, United States

Miguel Guhlin

San Antonio, TX, United States

Ann Oro

Roselle Park, NJ, United States

Mark Carls

Allegany, NY, United States

Suzan Brandt

Birmingham, AL, United States

Budd Turner

Tucson, AZ, United States

Wesley Fryer

Edmond, OK, United States

Chris Hum

Talkeetna, AK, United States

Brian Van Dyck

Sunnyvale, Ca, United States

Julie Lindsay

Beijing, China, mainland

Cerese Godfrey

Eastman, GA, United States

Andrea Jenkins

Nashville, United States

Connie Weber

Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Lisa Perez

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Amanda Kenuam

Hollywood, FL, United States

Lee Kolbert

Boca Raton, United States

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Innovation in Education is Overrated

As a society, we place a premium on innovators and entrepreneurs. They are admired, or for some revered in Business, Politics, and even Education. The reason for that bias is that innovators and entrepreneurs are scarce commodities. Most people are employees and not entrepreneurs. There is nothing wrong with that. Most people follow trends; they don’t start them. There is nothing wrong with that. Few people lead while most people follow. Again, there is nothing wrong with that. On the surface…See More
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