From difficult beginnings to struggles with accelerating growth and competition, SMART was always more than taking a novel idea and making it into a successful product. It was a higher calling to change the world.
Some say the problem with education today is that many stakeholders have mindsets from the 20th century. Many students continue to endure a system that is not adequately preparing them with the skills needed to compete and succeed in this century.
It's been said that if you had fallen asleep 100 years ago and awoke today, the only thing you'd recognize is a K-12 classroom. While this is often true, a transformation is taking place in hundreds of thousands of classrooms around the world.