Most Likely to Change the World explores how educators across the country are dramatically improving the educational system in the United States WITHOUT changing teachers or curriculum. You will hear the real world challenges of educators and administrators from every type of school environment and learn how they overcome those challenges with a dramatic and transformative innovation that leads to stronger and healthier bonds between teachers, students, administrators, and families.
Produced in partnership with the Barr Center, Most Likely to Change the World is an exciting inspirational series that proves positive change in our school systems is possible.
- SAME STUDENTS
- SAME TEACHERS
- BETTER RESULTS
Most Likely to Change the World is 100% committed to sharing something extraordinary.
Four United States Secretaries of Education, Margaret Spellings, Arne Duncan, John B. King, Jr., and Miguel Cardona join their voices to discuss leading our country through some of the greatest changes and challenges we have witnessed in education. They each share with host Angela Jerabek, the founder and executive director of the BARR Center, their one common goal: Ensuring each and every student succeeds.
Listen to the passionate commitment to educators and students these four profound leaders express to find inspiration and hope in the education of our children in America.