Disrupting Class and the presidential election

Clayton Christensen and I have a new article out in Business Week online today in the Viewpoint section. Titled “McCain: Education’s Disruptor-in-Chief?” the article is about the presidential election and Senator John McCain and Senator Barack Obama’s respective positions on how disruptive innovation can affect positive change in how today’s classrooms operate. The article leads […]


Governor Jeb Bush on Disrupting Class

Fred Barnes interviewed Jeb Bush for the Wall Street Journal’s weekend interview, and in the article Barnes reveals what Florida’s former governor is reading at the moment on his Amazon Kindle—Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns. This is yet again another flattering moment for us, but the whole interview […]



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The Institute’s Education Practice’s mission is to apply HBS Professor Clayton Christensen’s theories of disruptive innovation to develop and promote solutions to the problems of education. The primary focus currently is the U.S. K-12 public education system, although the Practice also works on the problems confronting higher education and education outside the U.S. Christensen’s, Curtis […]


Disruptive innovation featured in Competitive Workforce Report

Posted on May 31st, 2008 by admin The Competitive Workforce Report, an online publication of the Career Colleges Association, featured an interview with Michael B. Horn about opportunities for disruption in education to transform learning. You can read the article here. In the article, Horn discusses how computers have not had a transformational impact on […]


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