Do you have children in elementary school? Nephews or nieces?
If so, are they in a school that's appropriate for our exponential world and the rapid change it's undergoing?
About three years ago, I met with Elon Musk at his home and talked about his plans to educate his five children. He has twin boys and triplet boys.
When he found none of the schools near him adequate, he decided to start his own school called Ad Astra, and hired Josh Dahn as the principal.
Today, Ad Astra starts in 3rd grade and goes through 8th. It has 40 students -- most of them are the children of SpaceX engineers.
During this webinar, I am joined by Josh Dahn, the principal of Ad Astra, to talk about his philosophy for educating the next generation of engineers, entrepreneurs, and moral and ethical thinkers.
It's time to think about how we educate our kids -- after 200 years, little has changed.