High schools don't work; silver bullets or a Lone Ranger won't help. Students and teachers require critical masses of knowledge and skills needed NOW for oncoming producer kids. You learn to act on these secret innovations reforming school NOW. These secret innovations well implemented, create powerful changes challenging school members for delivering best individual educations at a school "owned" by all. Teachers are learners; students are teachers at your reforming school. Because of its excellence your school has opportunities to become a district CHOICE school for district students. These secrets are yours to use, change and never disregard: Professional or Passionate?Engines of Teaching and Learning Universal and Personal CharacterAutonomous Learner Leaders Your School's OwnersWho Leads? Who Follows? Motivated Teaching and LearningStudent Learning Management Equal or Individual Education?Who Teaches Teachers To Teach? No Failings No Dropouts "HOW" Change Comes Together? Change Your Union-District Cabal? Jerry and sons Jim and Dave, rooted in Colorado, Alaska, Korea and Thailand, are educators of 75 years devoted to learning with kids and teachers about secondary education. Compiling well kept secrets was a passionate undertaking for finding a workable ordering of learning for each school person by all school members. School members, who "own" their school, design WHAT and HOW to task their autonomous schooling change. Middle schools initiate and temper student-learning capacities to be personally accomplished in high school. Local schools take on "the way school is" with relational passion for building frameworks, mission and innovations through unified implementations adopted for "the way our school should be" by members for members. Honor each student's best individual education-no failings, no dropouts Delivering excellence within each learner's personally planned education, school remains a "CHOICE" district school for high schoolers. Contact Jerry at firstname.lastname@example.org, Jim at email@example.com and Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org.