Find the Question to Which You Want to Be the Answer

I’m taping this quotation to this blog wall for a good reason. It comes from this article by Karen Olsson. And I want “my classroom and my school” to be the answer, always, from now on.

“Where does it live,” Popova asks in Figuring, “that place of permission that lets a person chart a new terrain of possibility?”

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