Young people are developing their voice to clearly articulate the need of the educational systems to change to better meet their needs – educationally, personally, and professionally (yes, young people have professional needs). They have something to say. They should be heard.
Nikhil Goyal, a 16-year-old junior at Syosset High School in New York, in the Huffington Post article, It’s Time for a Learning Revolution, states:
Students are left out of the debate, even thought we have the most important opinions. Instead of schools cherishing students’ passions and interests, they destroy them. Let’s raise kids to dream big and think different. America will need to re-kindle the innovative spirit that has propelled in the past. It’s a do or die moment. Bring on the learning revolution!
I propose that we institute a 21st century model of education, rooted in 21st century learning skills and creativity, imagination, discovery, and project-based…
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