Several key speakers at the American Association of School Administrators’ (AASA) annual conference in Tampa, Feb. 14 to 17, seemed to agree that the old ways of rote memorization, standardized testing, and chalkboards are not what students need to succeed in today’s schools and the world at large.

However, while the word “innovation” formed easily on everyone’s lips, different interpretations of what it means to be innovative—and how innovation can improve students’ chances of success and the nation’s standing in the new global economy—allowed for different points...

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