It's no secret that the conventional model of school is broken. Yet we've complained about it for decades, while making little progress in changing it. With each passing year, we squander so much potential, jeopardize life prospects for millions of children, and demoralize our teachers. We can't keep tinkering around the edges. If you're serious about changing your school, this platform and community are for you. We equip change agents with resources to mobilize your community around a vision of school that prepares students for their futures. We support confidence-building teacher-led 'small steps' that transform learning experiences. This joyful change model draws on the expertise and insights of those in the field, and builds on your successes and bright spots. Invite and celebrate -- don't dictate and police. This platform blossomed from the acclaimed film Most Likely To Succeed, which has been screened in thousands of school communities, in all fifty U.S. and across 35 different countries. The film shows students taking on big, ambiguous challenges that call for creativity, collaboration, and resolve. Teachers trusted to teach to their expertise and passions. A school that resonates with educators, students, and parents, as it delivers on the promise of preparing kids for career, citizenship, and life. But so many who watched the film would tell us: "It's fabulous to have this powerful vision of what our school could be, but can you help us get from here to there?" That's what What School Could Be is all about. Helping school communities build consensus on what their school could be, and supporting their collaborative, joyful efforts to get there.