Not If I Can Help It

An interesting piece of interestingness was put out there a few weeks ago by Dean Shareski and John Pederson.

While I love the first sentence and the possibilities that it brings, here's my reaction to the second:

Not if I can help it.

When I think about the kinds of things students need to prepare for college success, I think of those traits possessed by the autodidacts of today: persistence, drive, and easy access to numerous avenues of learning.

What are you doing to help "schools" notice that some of the most powerful avenues of learning today are only a click away?

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