Crowdsourcing Ideas for Better School Policies

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Crowdsourcing tools are slowly working their way into the education policy world, designed to give teachers and school district employees more say on big decisions that affect their school…
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Susan Grigsby‘s insight:

This is one of my favorite lines from this article: "I love the idea of teachers being encouraged to think positively about school as decision-makers — instead of listing 100 reasons why the school system will fail."

Me, too.

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