So, I’m going to go so far as to say that I think Jeb Bush’s address to the Education Innovation Summit last month should be required viewing for every parent and educator who wants a better picture of the direction the national conversation around education reform is taking right now. He’s addressing an audience primarily made up of “edupreneurs” who are developing a variety of technologies and businesses around a rethink of how we should do K-12 education. If you can spare the 30 or so minutes, I think you’ll find it to be an eye opening line of thinking, right from the “wartime conditions” comment at the outset. And if you do watch, I’d really love it if you shared your thoughts here afterward. What questions should we be asking about these ideas? And how should we respond, if at all?