Grant Lichtman has quickly become one of the foremost thinkers and advocates for innovation in the classroom. His latest book, #EdJourney: A Roadmap to the Future of Education, documents his 3-month journey across the United States, interviewing teachers, administrators, students, parents, and trustees to examine innovation in the K-12 classroom. This week on Navigating Change, Grant joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright for part one of a conversation covering his exploration, and the evolution away from assembly line education.
About Grant Lichtman
Grant Lichtman is a nationally recognized thought leader in the drive to transform K-12 education. He speaks, writes, and works with fellow educators to build capacity and comfort with innovation in response to a rapidly changing world. He works with school and community teams in both public and private schools, helping them to develop their vision and strategic imagination of schools of the future. Grant is a Senior Fellow of The Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence and a collaborator with the National Business Officers Association. Prior to that he was a senior administrator at one of the largest and oldest K-12 independent schools in California for almost 15 years.