Why Can’t the U.S. Education System Be More Like the NBA?

December 18, 2014   |   By Lucia Giacomantonio

Professional athletes use advanced training techniques to stay on top of their game. Whether it’s LeBron James analyzing video footage to find an opponent’s weaknesses or Novak Djokovic utilizing a team of tennis gurus to train, top performers use every tool at their disposal to get better at what they do.

Constant improvement isn’t just for professional athletes; it’s necessary in every field —especially teaching. Taking a page from athletes and leveraging available tools and knowledge can help make dramatic improvements to the education system. After all, better teachers lead to more successful students.

This week, BloomBoard CEO and co-founder Jason Lange shares three innovative methods that teachers can use to constantly improve like professional athletes.

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