This is the fourth and final article in the series entitled, “What Does 21st Century Education Really Look Like”? In the first three articles, we described the expectations of choice for parents and students in terms of developing the skills of competence, communication, collaboration, and creativity. In this article, the voices of students, parents and educators are heard to magnify the need for dramatic changes in both instructional delivery and school design. A benefit of the ...

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