Every day, educators across the country work hard to prepare and inspire the next generation of thinkers, leaders and entrepreneurs. Children in their classrooms come from different backgrounds, have distinct sets of experiences and various world views. Their students’ complex identities, paired with the changes in how students receive and manage information, means that the “one-size-fits-all” model of education doesn’t work.
What would happen if we empower all educators to engage each student’s unique learning style and personal strengths while ensuring high expectations for academic growth? We could spark a generation of confident and skilled learners ready to contribute to their communities and to the workforce.