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When the School Doors Close: Tips for Families To Help Students Continue Learning When Disaster Strikes

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By: Erin Gohl & Kristen Thorson. When disaster hits families face the reality that schools must close during such emergencies. Here are tips to help keep the learning going.

Teaching Innovation and Entrepreneurship to Fuel 21st Century Success

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By: Andrea Keith. Learn why it is crucial that we define entrepreneurship in the 21st-century based on the skills required, not the money we make.

Arts and Unique Abilities

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Discover how one organization uses the power of the creative arts to activate and amplify the voice and choice of its students.

Cultivating the Culture of Creativity

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One of the Four C’s that is particularly routinely referenced and seen as foundational to our students’ future success is creativity. This post shares some strategies for building a culture that supports students as they develop this essential trait.

What Should Graduates Know and Be Able to Do?

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Tom sat down with Ken Kay, CEO of EdLeader21, to discuss community engagement and the role it plays in answering "What should grads know and be able to do?" Here's what he learned.

Engaging Students Through Computational Thinking

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By: Allison Degraaf. Computational thinking is a higher-level process whereby students can decipher problems and form innovative solutions to technical challenges through an understanding of the way computers "think." It can be a great way to engage students in computer science.

How to Get Classroom Culture Right

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Interested in improving classroom culture but not sure where to start? Here are several ways to help you take the first step.

How to Give Better Advice to High School Students about College and Careers

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The Gates Foundation took on the challenge of improving postsecondary advising with the goal of improving advice for students at all achievement levels. Learn more here:

Helping Students Develop Discernment, Agency, and Empathy

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By: Sherre Vernon, Shelli Kurth and Joe Acker. The Thrive Guarantee is our way of promising to the students we serve that we will help them develop discernment, agency, and empathy. Here, we explore what that promise means, and how we go about fulfilling it.

Human Development as Professional Development: Fostering District-Wide Well Being

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How can a school district systematically support all the various individual experiences and reactions? Parkland, Florida, has developed an inspirational approach under some of truly trying circumstances. Learn more here.

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