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Nearly every other industry hasbeen changed beyond recognitionby the invention of computers.
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Nearly every other industry has been changed beyond recognition by the invention of computers. Why not education, arguably one of the industries with the most to gain?
—Andre Infante

I wonder how many schools and districts have some version of the word “innovate” in their mission statements.
—Nancy White

Being able to show growth on a spreadsheet or fancy graph takes precedence over the complexities and nuances of deep learning. “Data” often breeds lowest common denominator thinking.
—Dean Shareski

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