David Palank is Principal at San Miguel School in Washington, DC. San Miguel School uniquely serves low-income youth in the DC area with a preference for those living in poverty and who would not otherwise have access to a high quality private education.
I am interested in the disruption of the educational system. We must move from the scientific management approach of the 20th century and understand that the way we teach is a way of the past. The research is out there to change the world through education, but we have to be willing to change!
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[i] Rock, D. (2013). Neuroscience of engagement and SCARF: Why they matter to schools. In Handbook of Neuroleadership (p. 520). CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.