It has been 11 months since schools first shut down across the country and around the world. Most students in the U.S. are still experiencing disruptions to their learning. To respond to this disruption, education leaders are calling for a reinvention of public education. Education experts, parents and students are thinking about what is going to be necessary to recover — and at the same time the things that are not worth returning to. Here are four key ideas: acceleration academies — aka summer school, tutoring, safer and more equitable schools — never going to go back to normal, and invest in a Moon Shot.