K12 school leaders forecast top 2017 trends | District Administration Magazine

Patricia Baltzley Board chair, Gardiner School District (Mont.) “The way high schools are currently designed—both with architecture and teaching and learning—needs to be revisioned in all high schools, not just those considered innovative. Instructional needs of the students are different and will continue to be different. We need to get out of the Industrial Age of schooling and move into a more progressive stage.” Jim Westrum Executive director, finance and business, Wayzata Public Schools (Minn.)

Source: K12 school leaders forecast top 2017 trends | District Administration Magazine

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