Lake: The Future of School Choice Isn’t About Schools at All — It’s About Empowering Students With a Wider Array of Flexible Learning Opportunities Students work together to assemble a circuit kit in a school makerspace. (Allison Shelley/The Verbatim Agency for American Education: Images of Teachers and Students in Action) By Robin Lake January 25, 2019 Untangle Your Mind! Sign up for our free newsletter and start your day with clear-headed reporting on the latest topics in education. Sign Up Most Popular Adult Education Why the Adult Education World Is Overdue In Embracing the Science of Reading Alberto Carvalho The Nation’s Biggest Charter School System Is Under Fire In Los Angeles Iowa Reading Supports Abound in Schools, But Effective Math Help Much Harder to Find Analysis Interactive: See How Student Achievement Gaps Are Growing in Your State West Virginia West Virginia House to Vote on Bill That Could Lead to Librarians Facing Jail Time Get stories like these delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for The 74 Newsletter Republish This Article Learn More Robin Lake is executive director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, part of Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.