What if... change platforms > change programs?

 Students and a teacher from Regis High School collaborate during Expeditionaries, a social entrepreneurship learning experience. Expeditionaries operates as a change platform: rather than tell students what problems to solve, it creates the conditions for them to identify and solve the problems that matter to them. Invariably, the students prove that  they are more capable than we think they are .

Students and a teacher from Regis High School collaborate during Expeditionaries, a social entrepreneurship learning experience. Expeditionaries operates as a change platform: rather than tell students what problems to solve, it creates the conditions for them to identify and solve the problems that matter to them. Invariably, the students prove that they are more capable than we think they are.


What if schools leaders focused on creating the conditions for everyone to be a changemaker? In other words, what if we were to prioritize change platforms > change programs?

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