I’ve spent the past few nights working my way through Will Richardson’s newest book, Why School — a GREAT read that is well worth the $3 you’ll pay for it on Amazon.

One of the quotes that caught my attention was this one:

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So whaddya’ think?  Is YOUR school doing its best to make sure that the kids sitting in your classrooms will be “well-Googled” by first AND last name on the day that they graduate?

Do you think that most teachers would see “Google-ability” as a trait that schools are responsible for helping students to develop before they leave our classrooms?

What about parents, politicians and policymakers.  Would they support classrooms where creating a lasting and positive digital footprint is a priority?

Should they?

Talk amongst yourselves.  I’m Verklempt.

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