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What Can Student Learning Teach Us About Professional Development for Teachers?

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By: Kathy Dyer. For true learning to take place in a professional development setting, teachers—like students—need to take ownership of their learning. How does that happen? Find out here.

Let’s Talk About AI Ethics; We’re On a Deadline

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Code that learns is both powerful and dangerous. AI requires a new technical and civic infrastructure, a new way to conduct business, a new way to be together in community. It’s time to #AskAboutAI. It’s time for community conversations about the ethics and opportunities of our time.

Helping CAOs Make the Shift to Personalized Learning

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Explore the difference between managed instruction and next generation learning, and learn ten elements of comprehensive solutions to the challenge of helping chief academic officers reframe their work.

5 Things That Make Project-Based Learning Culturally Responsive

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By: Joe Truss. Project-Based Learning (PBL) is starting to catch on across the country but why does it work? Joe Truss explains.

Why Students Should Co-Create the Classroom from Day One

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By: Tiffany Wycoff. Looking to instill agency in your students? Learn how allowing them to co-create the classroom is a great place to start.

Edu-Roll Ups: The Sprint to Scale

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Mergers and acquisitions in education are up about 25% over the first few years of the decade. In this post, Tom explains what is behind that and lists some of the most notable Roll-Ups.

El Paso Schools: How the NTN Partnership Accelerated Progress

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In 2015-2016, El Paso Independent School District formed a partnership with New Tech Networks. Our latest Case Study shows how this partnership fostered real progress and real results.

The Brave Administrator’s Playbook for Upping Their Game Each New School Year

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By: Amy Rodriguez. Often, when it comes to the new school year, the wheels keep spinning and the cycle begins again. But they don’t have to: focusing on professional growth is one way to become a more efficient and effective administrator for the coming year.

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