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World Class Learners: Educating Creative and Entrepreneurial Students

Introduction: To Create is Human
1. The Wrong Bet: Why Common Curriculum and Standards Won’t Help
2. The Changed World: The Need for Entrepreneurs
3. What Makes an Entrepreneur: The Entrepreneurial Spirit
4. Achievement Gap vs. Entrepreneurship Gap: The Myth of Education Giants
5. China vs. the U.S.: How the Best Education Stifles the Entrepreneurial Spirit
6. From Accident to Design: A Paradigm Shift
7. Freedom to Learn: Student Autonomy and Leadership
8. Product-Oriented Learning: Works That Matter
9. The Globe is Our Campus: Global Entrepreneurs and Enterprises
10. Create a World-Class Education: Principles and Indicator

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  • Charlotte Beecher said:

    I could not agree more strongly! The “cookie cutter” may have changed shapes, but to force ever more children through it is a mistake. American public education has failed to spark the inquizative imagination of our children… partly because of PC sociatal issues (including a prevasive entitlement mentality) and partly because of litigation fears. Those failings won’t be corrected by the common core standards.

    Obviously, our students must be better educated. We can’t be graduating students who can barely read. But beyond that… we need to acknowledge the whole child… and inspire them to reach for the stars.

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