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In an ongoing experiment to leverage new educational technologies, the university is launching five free online classes this month.
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Just a few weeks ago, Robinson presented a video TEDx talk in London, addressing how population growth and technology are fueling huge changes in education, and the imperative to make all schools progressive.
He argues that the principles of what’s considered “alternative” education are those that should be applied to mainstream education.
Editor's note: This post is part of a three-week series examining educational innovation and technology, published in partnership with the Advanced Leadership Initiative at Harvard University.
If we can match highly-effective educators with great entrepreneurs and if we can direct smart capital toward these projects, the market for technological innovation might just spurt from infancy into adolescence.
That maturation would finally bring millions of America's students the much-touted yet much-delayed benefits of the technology revolution in education.