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Innov8: The Future of Learning

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This coming Saturday, April 22, is National Earth Day--a day to celebrate the world while also thinking of ways to improve it. Today’s eight stories celebrate the many ways education leaders are working to improve education for today’s students, as well as for future generations.

SchoolSmartKC Supports Education Ecosystem Transformation in Kansas City

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By: Emily Liebtag. SchoolSmartKC, a non-profit collaborative fund that seeks to improve the performance of schools in the Kansas City Public School system, recently announced that they will invest $563,000 to support low-income students. Learn more here.

Innov8: Library Love

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In celebration of National Library Week and its 2017 theme “Libraries Transform,” here are eight innovative education resources also created to transform and support 21st-century learning.
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Smart List: 45 Investors Driving Innovation

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Innovation in education is an important factor contributing to a better shared future for us all. Today, we are recognizing 45 investors, incubators and new school engines powering the learning revolution.

Preparing to Lead in a Project-Based World

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This publication shares how technology is exponentially changing the learning landscape, how the roles for education and community leaders are being redefined accordingly, and how individuals and groups can prepare to lead in this increasingly project-based world.
Female teacher with children using digital tablets in library and gathering ed data.

Data Interoperability in K-12: Supporting Teachers in the Classroom

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By: Steve Midgley. To fully realize the benefits of EdTech, we need to help teachers and schools access the data that belongs to them but is scattered across many systems. Here's how we can start.
Students looking at a machine in a hospital as part of their place-based education

Learning Through Community Health Partnerships

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By: Corinne Neil. What happens when a school invites teens to learn about Alzheimer's and dementia from world class researchers & physicians, then connects these young people with Alzheimer's & dementia patients and caregivers? Find out here.

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