From left, middle schoolers Jalen Bynum and Jerlia Edmunds take turns watching each other’s DNA extraction results as they watch small strands of fruit DNA rise to the top of their test tubes during a DNA extraction exercise on Aug.1, 2015 at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation. The author says schools need to stress innovation as a way to improve education.
From left, middle schoolers Jalen Bynum and Jerlia Edmunds take turns watching each other’s DNA extraction results as they watch small strands of fruit DNA rise to the top of their test tubes during a DNA extraction exercise on Aug.1, 2015 at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation. The author says schools need to stress innovation as a way to improve education. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
From left, middle schoolers Jalen Bynum and Jerlia Edmunds take turns watching each other’s DNA extraction results as they watch small strands of fruit DNA rise to the top of their test tubes during a DNA extraction exercise on Aug.1, 2015 at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation. The author says schools need to stress innovation as a way to improve education. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Another way to improve schools – create a culture of innovation

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