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Leaders instill trust in those thatwork for them. They get thingsdone when they say they’re goingto. There isn’t really a “backburner” to put things on.—Kyle Pace
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Leaders instill trust in those that work for them. They get things done when they say they’re going to. There isn’t really a “back burner” to put things on.
—Kyle Pace

Google’s 80/20 Innovation Model really inspires and motivates employees to perform at a consistently high level. Now imagine if schools adopted a similar thought process?
—Eric Sheninger

Research indicates that if factbased lessons aren’t connected to previous materials, they fill a student’s cognitive dump truck that tips and empties every 20 minutes.
—Jane Healey

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If we continue to let fear offailure rule our school systemsthen that’s where we’ll stay. Howare you going to share with yourschool and district the greatthings you learned?—Kyle Pace

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“I really hope this coding movement isn’t just a trend, but rather a foreign language in schools for the future.”

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For those districts that haverobust Internet connectionsand the ability to refresh theircomputers every three years,the (PARCC) guidelines willprobably not cause you alarm.

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Should the companies whoprovide resources to schools anddistricts partner with them toprovide connections and support?—Lisa Nielsen

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Leaders behind some ofthe world’s most successfulcompanies know that inorder to build great productsor companies they have todeliberately choose areas inwhich to be weak.—Maseena Ziegler