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South Fayette Schools: A Computational Carnival for Kids

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What do you get when you combine a makerspace, science fair and coding bootcamp? South Fayette School District, the best example of integrated computational thinking we’ve seen in K-12 education. Learn more in the second entry of our 6-part #RemakeLearning series here.

Capitalism that Works for Everyone

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An innovation economy will produce tremendous benefit and wealth--and both will be concentrated unless we decide otherwise. To extend US leadership in the innovation economy we’ll need to update our form of capitalism.

Remake Learning: A Regional Carnival of Learning

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First in a 6 part series on #RemakeLearning, here’s how a loose network of 250 organizations in Pittsburgh are focusing on engaging, relevant and equitable learning.

A Research-Based Reason to Hope

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By: Kristin Cuilla. Over five years of research and a variety of data sources have culminated into a new research report that truly documents how the school model is making a difference in the lives of students from every type of background.

Transforming High Schools: 8 Strategies for EdLeaders

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Transforming urban high schools is enormously challenging. In this post, Tom shares 8 effective strategies he's observed through his work and visits to hundreds of schools around the country.

The New Work of Network Leadership

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School networks make the challenging work of personalized learning possible at scale, but that doesn't mean it's easy. Here's how they work.

Impact Report Shows NTN Better Prepares Students for College and Life

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Schools that are part of networks have shown boosted achievement and graduation rates, and networks allow for quality options to scale in communities that need them most. New Tech Network is a great example.

Getting Smart Podcast | A Human Network to Remake Learning in Pittsburgh

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Gregg Behr, Executive Director of the Grable Foundation, shares more about the journey to create the Pittsburgh Remake Learning Network, a professional network of educators and innovators working together to shape the future of teaching and learning.

Dynamic Networks Focus on Learning Quickly

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There are a growing number of leading school networks in the last few years that have moved forward with many new projects. Here are some examples of these schools and four lessons they provide us about dynamic networks.

Preparing Today’s Students for Success Tomorrow Via Networks

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By: Gregg Behr. How can we possibly prepare today’s learners to thrive in an unknown future? Remake Learning shares how its members are addressing this challenge as well as seven things they've learned on their network building journey.

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