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While learner-centered ecosystems can begin in a variety of ways, establishing key people, practices, connections, or conditions to build upon is one approach to developing a strong foundation.
In Florida, a career and technical education collaboration has yielded immediate benefits for high schoolers and local businesses.
The School for Examining Essential Questions of Sustainability in Hawai’i connects learners with real-world problems and purpose.
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.
Not sure how to begin a transformative educational journey with a co-designed curriculum with learners? Here is my experience doing just that, by partnering with learners to actively shape their experiences by celebrating diversity through family narratives and recipes.
Through iThrive's Game Design Studio teens were engaged as equals and experts in imagining and ideating alongside others in the civic education ecosystem.
When we design schools that give every individual a human advantage in the age of AI we create a future where technology is enriched with human insight and leadership.