Nobody knows what right looks like. The hardest, most important problems can’t be “solved.”
They can be worked on, and progress can be made.
We need new voices. Young voices, old voices, quiet voices. Voices that that have been traditionally neglected.
Any sufficiently complex problem is unsolvable without engaging constituents from all parties.
For me, that looks like hearing from kids. Kids who haven’t ever been asked to solve a problem in their community and do it for real. Kids who have spent all their energy passing tests, but haven’t been able to make a real impact in the world.
If there are no right answers, there are no wrong answers. You might as well try something new, because there are plenty of problems waiting for more progress.