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Migrating school districts to an effective method for organizing education work

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Start by understanding the actual problem in education

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Once an understanding of the actual problem in education is understood, the basic idea for solving the education crisis becomes breathtakingly simple.

For decades we have been attempting to solve not only the wrong problem, but an impossible problem, get students with different needs, different abilities and different interests to fit in to a one-size-fits-all follow-the-schedule method.

Comment from John Merrow, PBS NewsHour education correspondent

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Introduction to methods -- the zip code of the solution to the school system crisis

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A special thank you to Jan Hutchins for the audio work and improving the content of the message.

The hidden revolution

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A different type of solution leaps out of a fresh understanding of a recent but obscure historical revolution.

A special thank you to Jan Hutchins for the improvement of the script and the audio work.

 

The school system (actually, a "method") complete with a silent movie from 1912

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The school system is a group of people collectively getting the results they get by how the work is organized.

What is the school system?   How does it get the results it gets?

We need to know.   We can't change something we can't see.

This is where consciously causing the results we want begins.

Out of this understanding comes a great deal of hope.

The big idea for a school system solution

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Change from an assembly line method to the new I-o method

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Out of the K12 crisis, Part II

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Out of the K12 crisis, Part I

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