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From my colleague Erica Stanton (awesome person):

I am reminded of some wise words from educationist Elliott Eisner and look forward to a time when, more importance is placed on exploration than on discovery, more value is assigned to surprise than to control, more attention is devoted to what is distinctive than to what is standard, more interest is related to what is metaphorical than to what is literal”.

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