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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Jason Flom

Educator, learner, mistake maker. Father, husband, human.

Director of small independent school in Tallahassee, FL, dedicated to empowering learners to ensure curiosity survives an education. We are dedicated to social and environmental justice, and building and sustaining teacher leadership, autonomy, and creativity. I also serve on ASCD Faculty and blog a bit.

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