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12 New Rules: Accelerated Learning for an Exponential World

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How can leaders respond to the rise of the automation economy? Here's 12 new rules about accelerated learning and how state and local education policymakers can help.

Education Can’t Stand Still: Move on When Ready Bridging the Gap

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How Arizona's Move on When Ready program is creating a paradigm shift to move from an educational model based on credit and seat time, to one based on mastery of skills.

What if Holocaust Survivors Could Teach Your Class?

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Holograms will be in our future, and will be in our future classrooms. In this post, we imagine the nearly limitless possibilities that would arise if we could hologram the best content drivers in every industry as our teachers.

Chan Zuckerberg Backs Personalized Learning R&D Agenda

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This month Tom traveled to the Fusion conference where he sat down with Bror Saxberg and Jim Shelton of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to hear more about their personalized learning and R&D agenda.

LRNG & John Legend Are Spreading Access to Quality Education

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This month, LRNG Innovators and John Legend are rolling out a series of videos on teacher-led programs that creatively spark passion and excitement for learning in their students. Learn more here.

Change Will Be Slower Than You Think, Then Faster

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Tom shares what EdLeaders can learn from the retail industry and the shifts it's needed to make given growth in technology and consumer demand.

A Celebration of Cross-Curricular Creativity

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By: Andy Plemmons. The interdisciplinary nature of the project means that students have multiple sources of support throughout the project, from the art teacher to intervention teachers to classroom teachers to the librarian.

Education in the Innovation Economy

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By: John Eger. Many tech CEOs prefer employees with liberal arts degrees, as “the liberal arts train students to thrive in subjectivity and ambiguity, a necessary skill in the tech world where few things are black and white.” Learn more here.

The Future Is Always Uncertain. So How Should Educators Prepare Today’s Learners?

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By: Jenny Abamu and Tony Wan. Having a plan for the future requires understanding what the future will look like. In this post, we look at a recent keynote address on this topic by Tom Vander Ark at the EdSurge Fusion conference.

Save The Planet–Starting Today

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If we have a list of the issues that will shape the future--an earth owner’s manual--when and how should we introduce them to young people? What does it mean to be really ready and why should we be encouraging young people to engage with the world’s most important issue? Tom Vander Ark answers these questions and more.

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