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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.

The First 100 Days: An Education Blueprint for A Dynamic Economy

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By: Lillian Pace. While there are many unknowns about the days ahead, one thing is certain. A successful economic agenda must include a deep commitment to expanding educational opportunity for all Americans.

How Can We Build Trust Within Our Education System?

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By: Rhonda Broussard. Trust is important for empowering teachers, expanding personalized learning and developing a sustainable education system. What can we do to build more trust within our education system?

Innovating Large-Scale Assessments: Design Considerations for Education Leaders

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By: Dr. Stuart Kahl. Interest in innovative assessment practices is growing, and it is important to capitalize on this momentum with new assessment strategies that emphasize higher order skills while minimizing the burden placed on schools.

How the President-Elect Can Scale Personalized Learning

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By: Lillian Pace. We strongly encourage the incoming Administration to prioritize the following ideas in its education agenda as it considers a strategy for transforming the nation’s K-12 and higher education systems.

System Connectors and Shapers in Education Transformations

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By: Rosie Clayton. With questions around the design and function of intermediaries and system catalysts in U.S. educational change, I met up with five organizations which play both distinctive and overlapping roles within the system to learn more.

What Students (and Schools) Can Do if We Stop Ranking Them

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By: Rhonda Broussard. Are we preparing every student for the world they are entering, or are we investing in a factory model of education designed as an assembly line? The old model of education is under question, and we have some hard decisions to make.

Innov8: It’s a Cyberworld

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In honor of a record Cyber Monday (which has now turned into Cyber Week), we bring you eight stories about how strong the influence of technology is today.

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