There are many people who know what’s wrong with education. Fewer know what we ought to do about education. Fewer still can communicate so effectively about these matters that they inspire people to do something about education.

At the root of Robinson’s perspective, I believe, is a trust in people; a trust that people will flourish given the opportunity. And that includes learning. Our job as education professionals is to “create the conditions under which they will flourish.”

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