Building the future of learning for all.
The Jeanes Fellowship, an homage to the legacy of Jeanes Teachers in the South, helps educators focus on essential conversations around identity, belonging and justice.
In our latest check-in on Khan World School, we observe inspiring student-led projects, inquiry-based learning and personalized experiences.
On this episode we’re joined by Rachna Mather, Senior STEM Strategist, CEO/Founder of Stemology Club and Meg Grothman, Director of Arizona Impact and Mathematics Innovation at ASU Prep.
The School for Examining Essential Questions of Sustainability in Hawai’i connects learners with real-world problems and purpose.
Aaron Schorn and Mike Yates highlight how to change learner perception of vulnerability and radically transform your classroom.
On this episode we’re joined by Sharif El-Mekki, Founder and CEO of the Center for Black Educator Development and host of the 8 Black Hands Podcast.
Rebecca Midles showcases her tried and true design process for getting started with transforming learning systems.
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast we’re joined by Charles Fadel, Founder of Center for Curriculum Redesign which published new book Education for the age of AI.
Oregon implemented an experiment in giving young community members direct say over how to spend public dollars as a way to participate in community governance.
On this episode we're joined by Dr. Hollie Mackey to discuss her incredibly important work in field building, policy and research and getting beyond marginality.
Tacoma Public Schools responded to both crisis and tragedy through radical and efficient community partnerships.