Seth Godin, author of several interesting books like Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us and The Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly?, has written, what he calls, a manifesto. It’s called “Stop Stealing Dreams: (What Is School For?). He has written this manifesto as a series of short essays (like blog posts); he hopes to provoke, to start conversations, and that some of his ideas will resonate.
I have read this and have found it to be thought-provoking, somewhat agitating, and conversation worthy. So if you are interested in some non-fiction reading this summer, click the link below. I’ll look forward to learning about whatever resonates with you.
If you prefer other reading for the summer (I have an Einstein biography on my list, for example), I understand, of course. And if you have recommendations for me, school-related, leadership-related, or otherwise, please share these with me.