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We do better as designers and entrepreneurs when we create products that reflect aspirations rather than norms.
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“We do better as designers and entrepreneurs when we create products that reflect aspirations rather than norms.”
Vikas Gupta

“I believe that no matter your point of view, there is common ground in the belief that education is essential to both the future success of the individual and to the success of the community in which the individual lives.”
Nancy White

“Recently, I’ve come to the conclusion that formative feedback is a form of social justice, or at least has the potential to be.”
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