Whatever our deepest fears conclude, the fact that the Information and Interactive Ages are here now, and that we must adapt to a new reality, is not debatable.  Significant parts of our educational system no longer work.  We must modify our delivery systems or enter a dark age.   Educators must lead this evolution of educational change and development.  Because educators have not lead, politicians and corporations are moving to gain access to our education tax dollars. As a result, these profit-driven forces are discrediting teachers, taking over schools, and experimenting using children’s futures to lubricate their “solutions.”

We have been working to start a national dialogue about education in the Information and Interactive Age. We want you to be part of it.

In the next week, I will have book ready for download that focuses our discussions and helps identify the changes educators must make. The book is titled: Vital Lies: The Irrelevance Of Our Schools in the Information Age.    You will be able to download it through this site.