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Florida Teacher Embarks On Mission To Teach Students Table Manners

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Would you want your child to become a teacher rather than a lawyer?...What we learned from PISA is that in high-performing education systems, leaders have convinced their citizens to make choices that value education, their future, more than consumption today. - Andreas Schleicher James Duncan Davidson/James Duncan Davidson / TED hide caption

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Andreas Schleicher: What Are The Keys To A Successful Education System?

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How many Noble Prizes, how many cures to cancer, how many solutions to our energy challenges are locked in the minds of people who will never go anywhere near the scientific fields because they were so intimidated...when they were in formal education? - Tyler DeWitt Ramy Nassar/TED hide caption

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Sal Khan: Can Technology Help Create A Global Classroom?

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Colleges Have Increased Women Computer Science Majors: What Can Google Learn?

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The Cubist Revolution: Minecraft For All

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