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Creating Reliable Hope in the Face of Rural Poverty

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ForwARd Arkansas is taking on learning inequity challenges in rural areas of the state by convening and supporting a group of school districts with the goal of helping every Arkansas student graduate prepared for success in college and the workplace.

Innov8: Summer is Here!

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Summer is almost here, but before you put down your #2 pencils and run for the door, check out these eight stories featuring the latest education resources and innovations in learning!

Getting Smart Podcast | Personalizing Learning Through the Instructional and Technology Integration Model

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Dr. Philip Hickman, superintendent of Columbus Municipal School District in Columbus, Mississippi, shares more about the innovative blended learning instructional model he created that is transforming his district.

A Literature Class in a Museum: A Place-Based Experience

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This multi-authored post shares a number of perspectives on a college literature class on Mark Twain, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and some of their contemporaries, which was taught on-site at the Stowe and Twain house museums in Hartford, Connecticut.

AltSchool: Designing the Future of Learning

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For the past four years, AltSchool has been building a technology-enabled network to empower and connect families, students and teachers. Learn more about what else this innovative school is working toward.

Words of Wisdom To Inspire & Motivate Educators

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The end of the school year is quickly approaching, and many of us could use a little motivation to make it across the finish line. Here are some of my favorite words of wisdom from teachers and leaders who help me stay moving.

The Two Most Important Technologies Of Our Time Are Also The Most Dangerous

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By: Barry Schuler. Artificial Intelligence and Gene Editing are the two most important technologies of our time, and so powerful we can't predict the outcomes of their future impact. Are we evolved enough to develop them responsibly?

Developing Fascination (and Curriculum) with Matthew Patterson

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By: Thriving Schools. In this interview, Matthew Patterson, winner of last year’s TNTP Fishman Prize for Superlative Classroom Practice, shares his thoughts on selecting literature in his classroom--and in the process, provides some valuable insights into student engagement.

Supporting Student Agency of SEL

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By: Jessica Berlinski. Let's support students in owning their own SEL by providing them with the tools they need to develop agency. Here are two unique programs that represent powerful methods for building SEL agency for future career and life success.

Getting Smart Podcast | AVID: An Integrated Approach to College Readiness

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In this podcast, Sandy Husk, CEO of AVID, discusses how this college and career ready system began, and how it helps create college-going cultures in schools through critical teacher professional development.

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