It is both reasonable and expected that parents will be skeptical about major changes in the approach to thinking and learning. We welcome conversation around these ideas and encourage you to dig in to the research, experiences, and communications out there on this subject. We've gathered various resources here as a place to start.


Sir Ken Robinson

"Changing Education Paradigms"

Tony Wagner

"The Global Achievement Gap"

Daniel Pink

"A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future"

Alfie Kohn

"The Homework Myth: Why Our Kids Get Too Much of a Bad Thing"

"What Does it Mean to be Well Educated"

Klaus Schwab

"The Fourth Industrial Revolution"

Daniel T. Willingham

"Why Don't Students Like School"

Shelly Wright

"Are You Ready to Join the Slow Education Movement?"

MINDSHIFT - How We Will Learn

A great resource for articles on the future of education

Harvard Business Review

"Does Higher Education Still Prepare People for Jobs"

Harvard Business Review

"Are You Developing Skills That Won't be Automated"