The Future of Education with Grant Lichtman — Part 2
Part two in our Grant Lichtman interview picks up with the political challenges that erupt in districts across the country. In the face of these challenges are schools making the change required to live up to the promise of true innovation in education. We reflect on the shared challenges of broken business models — both in K-12 and higher education — and the responsibility leaders have in owning positive change in the classroom. As Howard notes, “we may not be able to see the end of the road of ideological education, but we do know the practical end of the road: preparing students enabled to succeed in what comes next.” This week on Navigating Change, Grant Lichtman joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright for part two of a conversation covering his exploration, and the evolution away from assembly line education.
His latest book, #EdJourney: A Roadmap to the Future of Education, documents his 3-month journey across the United States, interviewing teachers, administrators, students, parents, and trustees to examine innovation in the K-12 classroom.
Exploring the complex waters of Higher Education.
Each week, Howard Teibel and guests dissect issues facing institutions and teams in transition and offer solutions for the most troubling process challenges.