What will it take to design an education system that prepares 21st-century learners?

As the secretary of education for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Professor Paul Reville oversaw a system of reforms that produced better student-achievement results than any other state in the country. Paul Reville is the Francis Keppel professor of practice of policy and administration at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where he also leads the Education Redesign Lab, an initiative designed to re-envision 21st-century education. He is a former Massachusetts secretary of education.

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