Post Oak parent Rakesh Agrawal sent me this article: technology, such as Khan Academy forces us to re-think using student age as a prime organizer of schools.
Yes, and while Khan Academy helps to "flip" instruction, there is so much more. Here's my response to Rakesh:
Thanks for sending this along. Interesting that the author thinks that high school is where this really begins to matter. Of course, he's still stuck on content, a la Khan Academy, where there is a mostly linear curriculum and a set body of facts to master in order to move from level one to level two. When do we begin to deal with a multi-dimensional universe of learning...with darkmatter occupying 85% of everything?