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How do we push past governmental inertia and do something truly innovative for Britain’s schools?

The industrial economy is long gone in the UK, replaced instead by the knowledge economy, wherein more people work in front of a computer than on an assembly line. Unfortunately, the education system is still structured for the industrial age.

By |2018-06-20T16:34:07+01:00March 20th, 2018|continuous improvement, Culture, high-performance culture, high-perfromance, innovation, innovation strategy, innovation success, innovative schools, innovative teams, innovators, leadership, schools, Teachers|Comments Off on How do we push past governmental inertia and do something truly innovative for Britain’s schools?

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