Like it or not, we have entered a new age through technological portals so complex they are beyond our individual ability to comprehend. It is not “maybe someday,” or “sometime in the future,” that we must plan for, it is NOW as we enter the second decade of the Information Age and begin to comprehend the Interactive Age. We are already beyond the point of no return. The good old days won’t serve us. We must deal with change through facts and identify the lies we tell ourselves that block our evolution. If we don’t succeed, America will decay from within. A broken educational system is national suicide.

Excerpt from: Vital Lies: The Irrelevance Of Our Schools In The Information AgeWritten as a format for national discussion.


One response to “A Broken Educational System Is National Suicide”

  1. Dr. Marilyn

    Your blogs are thought provoking and well-written. You capture the new role of the teacher as “connector, mentor, guide, and evaluator.” I hope “Vital Lies” and your other writing will facilitate change that is imperative.

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