It’s time to boldly reimagine the high-school experience using the latest neuroscience on the adolescent brain, the power of human-centered design, and purpose learning. In this webinar, two of our distinguished speakers will share their insights on the future of redesigning high school education in America. Join Patrick Cook-Deegan, a lecturer at Stanford University’s d.school, and Bob Lenz, executive director of Buck Institute, next month on May 24.Access this webinar
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