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David Haglund on Lessons Learned in Santa Ana

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As he transitions to a new role in a new district, David Haglund shares lessons learned during his time as deputy superintendent and chief academic officer for Santa Ana Unified School District.

Getting Smart Podcast | Backstabber to Lovetrain: Don Shalvey on District-Charter Relations

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This episode of the podcast features Don Shalvey, Deputy Director of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, discussing school networks, district-charter relations and the 70s songs that best describe them.

Closing The Achievement Gap With The Power of Data

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The Education Equality Index (EEI) site recently released its national data analysis findings, providing insights from high achieving schools that could help close long-standing achievement gaps for students from underserved communities.

A Monster Bet on Gap Closing Relationships and Supports

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Learn more about The Academy Group, a new enterprise designed to prepare young people from under-resourced communities to own and operate successful companies nationwide.

Learning Innovations: It Takes An Ecosystem

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Innovations in learning is one of the most important change forces for good, and developing new ways to scale quality will be as important as new approaches to learning in the future.

Your Planning Process Signals What’s Important

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Having worked with hundreds of impact organizations, we have found that how you plan may be as important as what you decide.

10 Questions Worth Asking to Help Every Student Succeed

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Tom shares three trends and 10 questions to ask that were discussed at the Education Writers Association meeting.

How Achievement First is Creating an Interoperable Ecosystem

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Achievement First schools are staffed with operations, logistics and technology teams that enable teaching and learning staff to focus on curriculum development, student outcomes and professional learning. Learn more about their impressive approach here.

How Does Wrap-Around Leadership Inspire Lifelong Learning in Principals?

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By: Jason Stricker and Jason Culbertson. With this four-layered approach, districts can support ongoing learning opportunities for principals that will improve the performance of their schools.

How to “Pick the Lock”: The Five Secrets to One Stone’s Success

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By: Kyle Wagner. One Stone thrives because it places students at the center. Here, I take a deeper look at the techniques they use to develop and maintain their culture.

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