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As part of the INCubatoredu program, five students worked together to develop Notifeye, a driving awareness tool.
Why Focusing on the Sustainable Development Goals in School Is Good for Students, Staff, Families, and the Broader Community
Coolidge High School in Washington, DC is using the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals as the core of their Redesign journey with DC+XQ and focusing on Action Research, Global Experiences, and Wellness.
One can facilitate conversations about postsecondary pathways within the classroom, empowering young people to share findings, feelings and hopes about their future.
SparkNC gives North Carolina students a competitive edge in an uncertain future through real world experiences, emerging tech exposure and more.
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.
Apprenticeships provide an innovative way for educators to experience real-life challenges. It’s time to rethink these pathways for educators.
Project Unicorn has released its 2023 State of the Sector Report, featuring insights from the field into the status of data interoperability in K-12 schools nationwide.
It is long past time to redesign what, why, how, where and with whom students learn. But such transformation relies on systems making space for innovators to drive change from the inside, and on innovators having faith in the ability of big systems to change.
As district leaders, we have the opportunity to reimagine how we support educators with professional development through mentorship, patience and setting realistic expectations, preparing them for what’s next in K-12 education and ultimately creating equitable learning environments for our students.
The international credentialing landscape is more complicated than ever and is a huge opportunity for certified, transferable innovation.