|New YA Book - Blank Check: What if you were asked to reinvent public education?
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|Author:||aaronlsmith21 [ Sat Apr 25, 2020 11:51 am ]|
|Post subject:||New YA Book - Blank Check: What if you were asked to reinvent public education?|
I'm launching my new YA book on May 5th called Blank Check: What if you were asked to reinvent public education.
Looking for reviews to help share the word around the world that it's time to change the way we view education.
To Order on Amazon: https://tinyurl.com/OrderBlankCheck
To visit the Blank Check website: https://aaronsmithphd.com/blank-check/ You can download a copy of the first chapter and get a glimpse into some of the real issues educators are facing today.
Here's the synopsis
Inspiring young adults to reimagine public education, Blank Check is a novel about young people and a generation that is prepared to step in and re-engineer public education.
The problem with gathering the forces of educators and businesses to advance the process of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) with Career and Technical Education (CTE) education is not that it is unworthy of their attention.
It’s not that it’s unimportant to the future kids coming through public schools.
It’s not that people do not get cheered when they champion new standards.
It’s ALL of these.
STEM and CTE education need a story. Today’s culture advances things through storytelling. It needs a context. That’s what happens when there is allowed incremental advances to nonchalantly lead the way. It fails to inspire.
Blank Check is that story.
It’s a ﬁctional tale grounded in pure reality.
It is an intriguing, inspirational Young Adult novel that takes place on a ﬁctional U.S. island, but the story that evolves could help reshape public schools in America.
So here, for the ﬁrst and hopefully not the last time, there is a tale offered that can inspire people because when the destination can be seen in the distance, it quickens one’s pace.
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