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Authors: Clayton Christensen, Curtis W. Johnson, Michael B. Horn
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Books
In this book, prolific author Clayton Christensen took on America's crumbling educational system, applying his theory of disruptive change to schools. With his co-authors, he proposes moving away from standardized tests and towards customized learning, student-centric classrooms, and deploying computers to every student. For Christensen, competing in global markets is preceded by competing in the global classroom.
Listen to a podcast with co-author Clayton Christensen.