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Bringing Mentoring Models into the 21st Century

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By: Benjamin Castleman. While we know mentors can have a profound impact on young people, millions of kids across the country grow up without one. Here's how we can leverage new forms of technology to change that.

Open Educational Resources and the Student Experience

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By: Cheryl Costantini. A recent conversation I had with a college student helped me gain valuable insights into several things that we can do to help students get the maximum benefit from open educational resources (OER).

Getting Smart Podcast | HigherEd Reinvented: Minerva Goes Global

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Minerva founder and CEO Ben Nelson discusses this unique college's innovative undergraduate program that combines four years of world travel with interdisciplinary study to prepare its students for success in the global future.

IBM Prep: Chicago’s Goode STEM Partners for Associate degrees and IT Careers

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Sarah E. Goode STEM Academy, a Chicago early college high school, helps students gain valuable work experience, earn a free associate degree and leave school with the possibility of a job offer.

Conspiracy of 10 Lessons and Innovations Drive Postsecondary Learning

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The majority of students are still leaving high school unprepared for college and career, but the good news is there are at least ten trends that will drive improved options and outcomes for learners of all ages.

Getting Smart Podcast | Boise Is Alive With Possibility

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Gordon Jones, Dean of Boise State University's College of Innovation and Design, discusses how the college focuses on incubating the most innovative and exciting ideas in higher education today.

Getting Smart Podcast | A Successful Quest For An Early College Solution

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The principal and students of Quest Early College High School discuss how the Early College system works, the differences between attending Quest versus attending traditional high school and what they love about their early college school.

Are Today’s Students Really Ready for College, Work and Life?

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By: Jean Sharp. What are the most essential skills today’s students need to be prepared for the next step? How can teachers, schools and districts ensure all students are prepared for the future? Find out here.

Using Technology and Motivation to Reach Adult Learners

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By: Mary Murphy. As any good educator knows, we humans never stop learning. Here's how my district is engaging adult learners from all walks of life in post-secondary education programs.

11 Essentials For Maximum Impact on Student College Prep Success

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AVID is an academic support program that helps typically underrepresented students succeed in challenging college prep courses and prepare for college by focusing on successfully implementing 11 "essentials" identified for maximum impact.

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