America’s schools are as essential to its social infrastructure as bridges are to its physical infrastructure. Nineteenth Century country schools, like rural covered bridges, did not meet modern needs.

Now, 21st Century mass production schooling is not meeting the more refined needs of students. Economic disparity and a pandemic have made that deficiency painfully apparent.

This blog introduces a better way of thinking about schools and schooling. It is called the New Learning Infrastructure.

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Redesigning the infrastructure of US Schools