Lance Izumi

Lance Izumi, J.D. is a fellow of J. Clemens and Associates, senior director of education studies at a US-based public-policy research institute, and has written on what Americans can learn from school choice in Canada.

Recent Research by Lance Izumi

— Aug 20, 2013
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For all intents and purposes, we educate our children in much the same way as we did a century ago. Despite our stubborn attachment to an instructional model from a bygone era, technology is set to revolutionize the learning process. Examples include interactive lessons that adapt to a specific student’s learning style to lectures taught by a single professor to tens of thousands of students around the world who are enrolled in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Such innovations have the potential to radically alter the nature of learning.