Stop the (Wiki)Leaks

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November 30, 2010 by jbrettjacobsen

Fixing a Water-Shutoff Valve Leak

Some experts have suggested that the federal government over the past 10-15 years did not take the appropriate steps to update the technology required to stop the current “wikileaks” potentially setting diplomatic relations back a number of years.  As educational communities, this could not be a more pertinent example (not that we need one) at the highest level to implement a 21st century model of education now in order to meet the needs of 21st century learners tomorrow and to leverage technology to stay ahead of the curve.  Recently, I heard someone say, we need to “prepare students not from our own past but for their future.”   Stopping the leaks of 20th century education seeping into our classrooms requires a sense of urgency for the second decade of this new century.  What an exciting opportunity and adventure!  Join the movement.

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Dr. Brett Jacobsen

Head of School
Mount Vernon Presbyterian School
Atlanta, GA
bjacobsen@mountvernonschool.org
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