When education and community are unified, we create a much more comprehensive sense of what it means to be a fully integrated and productive member of society.
Yesterday we went to school to learn how to work—today learning is the work.
I am a huge fan of failure, and I do my best to get every one of my students to take risks and to fail on a regular basis.
Addressing our high school dropout challenge is a moral, social and economic issue.
For those of us who work directly with the public, the gratification can be instant. There is no high greater than sharing someone's "aha" moment.
Claudine K. Brown
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Showcasing great examples of the best in education, Five Things I’ve Learned is a collection of personal reflections from education leaders devoted to improving the fortunes of others through learning.