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Setting the Stage for the Critical Thinking Revolution

Setting the Stage for the Critical Thinking Revolution

Since founding thinkLaw 4 years ago, I’ve set foot on over 50 stages to share the gospel on what I think is the most necessary shake-up in K-12 education: a full-on revolution to integrate critical thinking into every classroom. This mission is what drives thinkLaw’s...

Because, Not Despite: Rethinking the Trauma Narrative in Education

Because, Not Despite: Rethinking the Trauma Narrative in Education

I recently had the privilege to speak with an audience of cabinet-level leaders at several innovative districts from across the country to get their guidance and feedback on thinkLaw’s approach to revolutionizing critical thinking. It was powerful to be pushed with...

#BeTheChange: ThinkLaw’s April 2019 Newsletter

#BeTheChange: ThinkLaw’s April 2019 Newsletter

A Message from Colin Seale, thinkLaw Founder and CEO Colin, at his "Leaving Genius on the Table" Keynote at Round Rock ISD Parent Conference. What if we gave students the opportunity to BE the change the world needs? This month's newsletter explains why I'm thrilled...

thinkLaw’s Hack-a-Thon for Social Change

thinkLaw’s Hack-a-Thon for Social Change

When is the Last Time Your Students Changed the World? What if every young person had the opportunity to change the world before graduating high school? We know that throughout history, and even today, young people have been on the forefront of important social...

Closing the Critical Thinking Gap with Emerging Bilinguals

Closing the Critical Thinking Gap with Emerging Bilinguals

In 2016, the number of emerging bilingual children rose to roughly 12 million, an increase of 1.2 million over the past decade. And according to a recent analysis of national data by the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Kids Count Data Center, almost one in four children...

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