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A Tale of Three States: The Next Chapter

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By: Karla Phillips. Each of these states has the same goal: identify the resources, policies and communication strategies needed for successful implementation and broader scaling. Here's where they're at.

Exploring Accountability in K-12 Digital Education

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Digital learning is rapidly growing and evolving. In this new policy brief we answer several pressing questions: What factors are influencing enrollment in digital learning? What is the current state of accountability for digital learning? How can we align school leader and policymaker expectations?

Science Teachers Are Storming the Hill, and Congress Should Listen

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By: Maya Ajmera. On Oct. 13th, two hundred dedicated teachers from 44 states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico convened at our nation’s capital to advocate for STEM education. Here's why congress should listen.

America Succeeds Reports on Education Pathways for the Future of Work

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Tom share’s key highlights and findings from Age of Agility: Education Pathways for the Future of Work, a new report from America Succeeds.

Navigating the Changing Landscape of Dyslexia

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By: Shantell Thaxton Berrett. One in five students has a language-based learning disability, the most common of which is dyslexia. In a rapidly changing time for dyslexia legislation, here's what you need to know.

A Toolkit For Managing Innovation Under ESSA

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By: Julia Freeland-Fisher and Thomas Arnett. This toolkit offers state leaders a set of frameworks and theories to understand how best to manage, encourage and measure innovation in K–12 education.

EdReform in the Modern Era

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American education reform has been driven by some recurring themes such as early learning, standards-based reform, school autonomy, student engagement and new personalized learning. Here is a short history.

California Schools Getting Global

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Guest author Janet Mann describes how educators, business and community members, and policy-makers convened for California’s first Global Education Summit in 2016.

Why I’m Post Policy and Pro-Innovation

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Personalized pathways of learning can be far more powerful than the way we have historically organized schools--we just need to invent the tools to do it well and at scale. This will be the direction of education policy in the coming decades.

Getting Smart Podcast | The Voices of the iNACOL Symposium

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In this episode of the podcast, we share the voices of several education leaders at the 2016 iNACOL Symposium on why they attend this annual event and their most exciting takeaways.

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