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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - John Nash
School districts around Kentucky are moving to a more student-friendly design aimed at keeping pupils engaged and offer flexibility for both pupils and teachers.
Browns kicker Phil Dawson stood in front of his locker and lectured like a calculus professor at Harvard.
"The people who are most affected by design thinking in schools are kids, but they are usually never part of the solution of how schools can be run to be more meaningful," Nash said.