The planet’s most pressing issues will likely need to be solved by our youngest generation, and preparation for that problem solving can start now in classrooms using design thinking.
Students with disabilities are often told that the services and support they receive in school cannot be offered in dual or concurrent enrollment programs. Some states have taken steps to make sure that their students with disabilities have access to dual and concurrent enrollment programs.
This article explores the prevalence of top-down legislation and accountability systems in education today, and the ways they are negatively impacting PreK-12 educators in the United States.
On this episode, Dr. Valerie Truesdale, Dr. David Miyashiro and Dr. Kelly Niccols sit down with Tom to discuss Next Generation School Leaders.
Here's how five districts launched unique programs that highlight how the shifting demographics of schools and communities were an opportunity to diversify their workforce by attracting teachers who serve and reflect all students.
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom Vander Ark is joined by Dr. Michael T. Conner, CEO/Founder of the Agile Evolutionary Group.
Do You Know Who Your Students Know? Better Data on Students’ Networks Can Start the School Year off Right
Julia Freeland Fisher details how better data on students’ networks can start the school year off right.
On this Getting Smart Podcast we're joined by Kaya Henderson to discuss Reconstruction and the importance of identity affirming curriculum.
Ayelet Fishbach shares her tip of the week from her book, Get It Done: Surprising Lessons From the Science of Motivation.