Our youngest students will graduate from college in the year 2030. The careers they'll aspire to and the challenges they'll face may not exist yet.
How does a two-centuries-old school remain true to its time-tested philosophy while also creating a culture of innovation, one that will prepare students for the changing world of the future?
Design thinking and design management was used to frame an effective growth strategy for a 230-year-old K-12 day school in the Quaker tradition.
PUBLISHED: Spring 2014
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Design Thinking, Education Experience Design, Education