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“The best way to create a transformative classroom is by giving students choice.”
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“The best way to create a transformative classroom is by giving students choice.”
—Eleni Kyritsis

“A label we commonly use to refer to our main customer is ‘student.’”
—Nancy White

“Don’t make things only for one platform—and never underestimate the power of competitive games.”
—advice to edtech companies from Andrew Lee, 8th grader at West Ridge Middle School in the Eanes (TX) District

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