The way we learn doesn’t always match up with the way we are taught. If we hope to stay competitive—academically, economically, and technologically—we need to reevaluate our educational system, rethink our approach to learning, and reinvigorate our commitment to learning. In other words, we need disruptive innovation.
Clayton Christensen and co-authors Michael Horn and Curtis Johnson take one of the most important issues of our time—education—and apply Christensen’s theories of disruptive change to K–12 public schooling, using a wide range of real-life examples.
Disrupting Class forms the foundation of the work of the Institute’s education program.