Create the Future

The Future of Education is not just about following the top trends in innovation in learning. It’s about creating that future.

It’s for those who believe there’s a better way than the status quo for individuals to learn. It’s for those who believe we can help all individuals build their passions and fulfill their human potential. It’s for those who believe that innovation can help us throw off a standardized, monolithic education system and build a set of options that recognizes each person as the individual they are—and treats them with dignity.

Michael B. Horn has been working to create that better future for over 15 years through his writing, speaking, consulting, advocacy, and research. The cofounder of the Clayton Christensen Institute, a nonprofit think tank, and coauthor of multiple books on the future of learning, including Disrupting Class, Blended, and Choosing College, in this newsletter he lays out how we can get to that better future in all realms of learning, from K–12 to higher education and lifelong learning.

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