Moving Away from One-Size-Fits-All Education
Todd Rose, who founded the Laboratory for the Science of Individuality at the Harvard Graduate School of Education during his time as a professor there, agreed that education should not go back to the way it was.
What people are asking for is not necessarily better but different, he said. The previous industrial, one-size-fits-all educational system “denied whole-child distinctiveness,” he said, and “we had to scale through depersonalization.”
Rose said there is a fundamental shift toward helping kids figure out who they are and what they care about. “The good news is we have everything we need right now to make that a reality for every kid in this country,” he said.
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