What does an educated person look like today?
What are the essential practices of teachers in a system where students are learning outside of school?
If some percentage of schooling is socialization and relationship building, how would that happen outside of school?
How are we going to shift the expectations for schools from all of our constituents?
How do we change policy to support more flexible time and place learning?
How does our thinking of the physical space change?
How do we support the changing role of teacher?
What is the role of the teacher?
Do we really need a physical space?
How do K-12 and higher ed have this conversation about change together?
What is the purpose of school?
How do we teach kids ethics and citizenship?
How do we continue to make school available to everyone?
Is school a resource or it something we do?
How do we adapt our curriculum to the technologies that kids are already using?
How do we ensure that every child has access to learning opportunities outside of school?
How do we make school fun?
What should be compulsory about school?
How do we make sure that the weakest forms of traditional schooling don't get amplified by technology?
How do we avoid the social justice implications of an elitist model of education?
How do we ensure those without privilege have equal access to quality education and opportunity?
How do we become better equipped, both as individuals and as systems, to deal with change?
What is preventing us from being adaptable to change?
How do we rethink the reallocation of resources to support individualized instruction?
We will be creating a new class of marginalized people with these shifts?
What is the essential learning that schools impart to students?
How do public schools prove that they are commtted to education all children?
What risks are we willing to accept?
What is our obligation to collaborate with other systems going through similar changes?
How do we measure or assess the effectiveness of individualized self-directed learning outside of school?
How do you validate or evaluate informal learning?
How do we help students discover their passions?
Who is going to pay for equity of access to these environments?

How can we use our best resources more effectively for our students?