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Student Choice to Prepare Students for the Future of Work

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Jamie explains why the future of work's rapidly changing landscape requires our students to be flexible in their learning and why student choice is so important.

Bootcamps: A Viable Alternative to College

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By: Anthony Wood. Teaching hard and soft skills in a fraction of the time and for a fraction of the price of a four-year college, bootcamps can be an attractive alternative for learners and employers alike.

The Future of Work: How Do We Prepare Our Students?

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Acknowledging that today’s students will need a variety of 21st century skills upon entering the future workplace, Rachelle Dene Poth explores five types of learning experiences that facilitate the student learning process.

Strategies for Tackling Digital Equity

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By: Beth Holland. In this post, we explore digital equity opportunities and strategic initiatives in three critical areas: resources, community, and literacy.

Podcast: Randy Fielding on Learning Environments for the Future

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Randy Fielding, the founder of Fielding Nair International, a global leader in designing learning communities, sits down with Tom and shares some of FNI's design principles aligned to the future of learning.

Improving Autism Education with Community—And Robots

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By: Dr. Lisa Raiford. To give students with autism the best possible opportunity to thrive in general ed classrooms, the South Carolina Department of Education is connecting educators, parents, students, and robots.

Canvas Adds Assessment Tools, Wants to Help End The Big Test

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In April, Instructure acquired MasteryConnect, a leader in formative assessment. Tom explains why this may mark the beginning of the end of standardized testing.

How $5 Billion Could Provide a Great Education for Every Kid on Earth

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From developing more early college high schools to supporting the development and expansion of innovative platform networks, learn more as Tom outlines a plan using 15 investment and strategy opportunities, totaling $5 billion, to provide a great education for every child.

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