Creative Schools (2015) is a roadmap for educational change. These slates break down every component of education from its history to students' basic needs. They further explain how everyone can help children get the schooling they need in a quickly changing world.
Ken Robinson is a writer, speaker and education advisor. He taught pedagogy at University of Warwick and advised the UK government on arts in educational institutions. In 2006, his presentation "How Schools Kill Creativity'' was rated as TED's most-watched presentation ever.
An American publisher and editor, Lou Aronica is the author of four novels and co-author of several other non-fiction books.