The most fundamental aspects of teaching and learning have changed little since the first schoolhouses were constructed in America. Teachers preside over a couple dozen students at a time, students are grouped by age into walled classrooms, they sit attentively at their desks and wait, in the words of Alice Cooper's 1972 title track, until school's out for summer. A growing number of educators, policymakers, nonprofit leaders, and technology experts, however, are seeking to turn the fundamentals of teaching and learning inside out, with mixed results. What does the future hold? This month, we'll discuss what the profession of teaching will look like +30 years. The panel will be moderated by Elizabeth Green, an editor with GothamSchools, and Nick Ehrmann, Founder and Executive Director of Blue Engine. Our Teaching + 30 panelists are: Alex Grodd, Founder and CEO, Better Lesson Becky Crowe Hill, Executive Director of Partners in School Innovation,[masked] Dave Levin, Co-Founder of the Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP) Joel Rose, Founder, School of One Jose Ferreira, CEO Knewton Tickets for this event cost $10 per person and are available through the 92Y Box Office and Venmo.