Rather than scripting our K-12 experience, and expecting miracles when we get to college that we'll suddenly have clarity about our interests, we have to start asking students what turns them on earlier.
It all started when I read on Twitter about Dan Pink's Fedex Day post for fostering innovation. This sparked something in many educators. Instead of having just one day for innovation some teachers, following the lead of places like Google, will give students 20% of their time to work on whatever they want!
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