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Defining “Our” with Nicholas Dorn

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At Take Note we like to say, “This is Our City. Our Schools. Our Future.” but, as we’ve been noting, the word “our” is used differently by different people. This week, we asked Nicholas Dorn, director of education with the KC Social Innovation Center, what “our” means to him. Too often, he says, we think of the biggest challenges as someone else’s problem.

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