Sharratt & Harild talk about the system leadership required. They write about how leaders have to become collaborative in their approaches with principals to first get the system and schools to be “good” and then work toward becoming great and generating Imagine-ability and innovation that will enable their students to progress. This is not about play or making education fun; it is very serious innovation in programming and partnerships that results in students finding their TrueNorth early on and being able to discern which are the right courses to take and what is the right way to learn in order to follow that pathway.