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Euro Accelerator LearnSpace Graduates First EdTech Cohort

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LearnSpace, the first French accelerator dedicated to edtech, aims to invest in European edtech companies. Tom discusses LearnSpace's first edtech cohort.

The Need for Revolutionary Networks

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By: Chris Unger. Existing structures and practices often beget the continuation of such structures and practices, but networks can inspire and empower us to rethink and pursue a new reality in our educational ecosystems.

Career Academy Giant NAF Gets an Upgrade, Expands Access to Work-Based Learning

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The leading career academy network, NAF, is shifting from a focus on design principles to certification of career-ready knowledge and skills.

Friday 5: Closing the Guidance Gap

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Tom's weekly recap of whats new in the space, what our team has been up to this week and what you need to know as you head into the weekend.

We’re Doing It Wrong: A Teacher’s View on How to Fix It

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An inside look (and listen) at a recent conversation Tom had with David Michael Slater about his new book, We’re Doing It Wrong: 25 Ideas in Education That Just Don’t Work—And How to Fix Them. In the book, Slater exposes some bad assumptions and makes the case for how good ideas have gone bad. Listen in to learn more

Improving Teacher Experience; Improving Learner Experience

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Curriculum Associates has made four major updates to i-ready just in time for the start of the back-to-school season to ensure students and teachers have the best possible tools for success.

Closing the Familiarity Gap Through Global Education

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By: David Ross. In July we launched the Global Schools Network in an attempt to connect schools around the world who care deeply about global competence, global awareness, and linguistic competence. Learn more about our initiative here.

5 Steps for Sustaining PBL

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By: Jenny Pieratt. High Quality PBL is a journey, not a destination. As you think about professional development for your staff this year, this process can help teachers continue on the trajectory of developing quality projects.

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