Principal Robert Dillon calls for a different vision of school, which requires tremendous courage on the part of the education community and parents:
“The schools that we need demand different. They need to support the open and transparent world that is exploding around education. This begins with pushing students into the center of the ring. In the center, there is no room to hide. It is a place of full engagement where real questions about real issues are being addressed with real solutions that will impact real people. Different schools are real.”
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