Education in America has remained relatively unchanged for hundreds of years. Sure we have new facts, history and information to dispense to our students, but the method used to dispense that information has stayed the same since the days of the one room school house. We supply our students with the material, lecture at them, and provide an assessment to prove they "learned" the material. And if that didn't work, we gave them another lecture and another assessment. What changes we have seen in education over these many years has really been more of the same. High stakes testing, common core, and educational technology have all been added to our repertoire, but they have not improved our failing system. In some cases, they have made things much worse.