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Are students buying what education innovation is selling?

Will the new "theory of jobs to be done" prove more powerful for education than the theory of disruptive innovation?

[Editor's note: This post originally appeared on the Christensen Institute's Blog here.]

Calls for innovation in education seem to get louder by the day. “Innovation” has become the catchall term for the urge to make up for what our current system lacks; a system that, on balance, is neither delivering an equally high-quality education to all students, nor designed to reliably prepare young people for the modern workforce.

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