Following on the success of his TED talk, How Schools Kill Creativity, Sir Ken Robinson has written this book to stimulate change from within (and outside) of the system of education. As he states in the introduction, “If you’re involved in education in any way you have three options: you can make changes within the system, you can press for changes to the system, or you can take initiatives outside the system. A lot of the examples in this book are of innovations within the system as it is. Systems as a whole are capable of changing too, and in many ways they already are. The more innovation there is within them, the more likely they are to evolve as a whole.” It’s “The Book I’m Reading” rather than “The Book I Read” and I’m not far enough into it to provide a review as it was just recently released this month but I look forward to perhaps discussing it at the iiE Gathering.