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The Results Are In On Student Engagement

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By: Sachi Takahashi-Rial. The difference between an engaging lesson and a tedious one can’t be measured by the results of a standardized test. If we want to start prioritizing engagement in schools, the first step is to hear from young people.

Computer Science and Supercharged Virtual Learning in Georgia

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How Dr. Caitlin McMunn Dooley, Deputy Superintendent, is working with her team to improve teaching and learning and better integrate computer science into the school day.

El Paso and New Tech Network: District Transformation in High Gear

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At eight middle and high school sites and growing, the New Tech Network (NTN) cohort has emerged as a powerful force within the El Paso Independent School District. Learn more about their efforts and results here.

Getting Smart Podcast | Network Effect Fuels Personalized Learning in Rhode Island 

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This episode features a discussion Tom Vander Ark had with Shawn Rubin, Chief Education Officer at the Highlander Institute and recipient of the iNACOL Outstanding Individual Contribution to Personalized Learning Award. Listen in to hear more about Shawn's work and why networks are such a catalyst for change.

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.

Charter Schools Just Got a New Tool to Help with Building and Expanding School Facilities

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By: Ellis Carr. Building and expanding school facilities is a complicated, costly effort. This new guide sets out to help school leaders get it right.

K12 Insight Facilitating District Customer Service

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Effectively addressing complaints and concerns at the district level can be time-consuming enough to distract from innovations in actual learner experiences, which in most cases should be a higher priority. In this post, we look at a tool that can help.

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.

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.

Competency-Based Micro-credentials are Transforming Professional Learning

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It's time to make way for micro-credentials -- the future of professional learning. There is nothing micro about how competency-based credentials have the potential to change the professional learning game on a MACRO-level.

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