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“There’s something amazing about learning together, solving problems together, and gaining belief and trust in the idea that if we just keep asking hard questions together, we can come up with the answers we need together.”
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“There’s something amazing about learning together, solving problems together, and gaining belief and trust in the idea that if we just keep asking hard questions together, we can come up with the answers we need together.”
—Chris Lehmann, keynote speaker for T&L Live Chicago, May 6th

“Learning, not the delivery media, venue, or other tool, should always be the driver.”
—Ellen Murphy

“If it’s happening on our devices or in our building, or a student shows it to us, we have to report it. … You see headlines all the time. When citizenship is lacking, the district has a problem.”
—Paul Sanfrancesco

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