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Starr's Second Book Club 'Sells Out'

While no seats are left, you can join the discussion online.

There are no seats left for Superintendent Joshua Starr's book club event Tuesday night, but you can still tune in on TV or online.

Starr will discuss Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel Pink, and the author will join him to answer questions.

The event starts at 7 p.m. at the , and it will be broadcast on MCPS TV and available for streaming on McpsBookClub.org.

The will also host a watch party in its café, and you can RSVP to the event by e-mailing Crm2750@bn.com.

During the discussion, Starr will answer questions from members of the audience and from viewers at home using e-mail and Twitter, tweeting as @MCPS.

In Drive, Pink argues that the key to motivating people is not simply rewarding success but instead engendering a sense of autonomy and purpose.

This is the second of three book club events planned for the school year, and Starr has said that the discussions give him a chance to reach out to the schools' community, students and staff.

"The book clubs will provide a less formal way for us to have a conversation about education and will provide an opportunity for me to share some of my educational philosophy," Starr said in a statement. "I’m looking forward to a great conversation."

Starr's first book club event discussed Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck, and you can watch video of the talk on MCPS's website.

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