In an age of globalization, climate change, famine and war, young people need to make sense of the world and decide how they can work together to change it.
Schools are dominated by testing, league tables and competition. But it doesn't have to be like this. We can learn from schools here and across the world--from Norway to California--that manage to provide meaningful learning for their students.
Backing up his case studies with an analysis of educational theory, Terry Wrigley has produced a book for everyone who believes that "another world is possible"--that we need another kind of school and what it might be like.