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“As a disruptive innovation—aninnovation that
transforms a sector from onethat was previously complicated andexpensive into one that is far simpler andmore affordable—the rise of online learningcarries with it an unprecedented opportunityto transform the schooling system into astudent-centric one that can affordablycustomize for different student needs byallowing all students to learn at theirappropriate pace and path, thereby allowingeach student to realize her fullest potential.”Clayton Christensen
Seth Godin“As we get ready
for the ninety-third year ofuniversal public education, here’s thequestion every parent and taxpayer needs towrestle with: Are we going to applaud, push,or even permit our schools (including most ofthe private ones) to continue the safe butultimately doomed strategy ofchurning out predictable, testable, andmediocre factory workers?”
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areeducation, ﬁnancial services, healthcare, and then ultimately government—the huge swaths of the economy thathistorically have not been addressableby technology, that haven’t beenamenable to the entrance of SiliconValley-style software companies. Butincreasingly I think they’re going tobe.”Marc Andreessen
who is under-preparedfor college?who is
under-preparedfor class?who won’t remainin class?who won’t re-register?who won’t passa class?who won’t havea high GPA?who won’t passa class?who won’t remainin a program?who won’tgraduate?who won’t geta jobwho won’t get ahigh-paying job?Student Success LifecycleIdentify the StudentsUnderstand the CauseApply InterventionTrack Success