Building the future of learning for all.
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast Victoria Andrews discusses student entrepreneurship with a teacher and two students from Frisco ISD.
One can facilitate conversations about postsecondary pathways within the classroom, empowering young people to share findings, feelings and hopes about their future.
In many high schools, the traditional course sequence and graduation requirements remain stagnant. For future-ready students, we need to update these content areas..
On this episode, we’re joined by Dr. Jason Cummins and Dr. Susan Faircloth to discuss the relationship between education and sovereignty, the National Indian Education Study and indigenous leadership.
SparkNC gives North Carolina students a competitive edge in an uncertain future through real world experiences, emerging tech exposure and more.
Microschools meet a unique learning need and ASU Prep’s Microschool in a Box makes it possible for more learners to access affordable, relational microschool learning.
To be human is to be entrepreneurial, and this innate entrepreneurialism should begin to be nurtured at the same time kids are learning to read and tie their shoes.
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Shawnee Caruthers is joined by Sharhonda Bossier, CEO of Education Leaders of Color (EdLoC) and Carmita Semaan, Founder of the Surge Institute.
Apprenticeships provide an innovative way for educators to experience real-life challenges. It’s time to rethink these pathways for educators.
With the release of new AI toolkits, Michigan Virtual set an encouraging example of what it looks like to create localized resources for rapidly reskilling a teacher workforce towards AI adoption.