“If we trust teachers with the lives of our children, shouldn’t we trust them with a lesson plan?”

As a venture capitalist for 25 years, Ted Dintersmith saw how education wasn’t changing as fast as the job market. He noticed that highly educated people in business lacked skills and qualities like flexibility, creativity, and collaboration. Upon retirement from the corporate world, he made education advocacy and philanthropy his mission.

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What School Could Be: A Conversation with Ted Dintersmith

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