The 2012 Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prize in Education seeks to acknowledge current and emerging leaders who are developing new ideas to address the major challenges currently facing American education. These leaders will exhibit forward-thinking ideas and concepts, or, in the words of Harvard’s Clayton Christensen—“disruptive innovations,” which are poised to address current and future challenges in education. These individuals will have imagined future challenges and engineered a solution.
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