Courage is not always encouraged -- or appreciated -- in education, author Alfie Kohn writes. To help encourage educators to show more courage to make changes, Kohn suggests they dig deeper, ask questions and take more responsibility. It takes courage and risk, but "if every educator who understood the damage done by those policies decided to speak out, to organize, to resist, then the policies would soon collapse of their own weight," he writes.
What should courageous educators do?
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