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Nicole Assisi, a leader in innovative change, shares insights about what makes a strong work-based learning program.
Lyquisha Ballard shares how entrepreneurship changed her educator experience.
Students in a time of crisis believe that their best career bet is creating their own business, and more colleges and universities are responding by rolling out entrepreneurship programs.
As schools and teachers work to help students get back on track academically, support for teachers is vital. Data-informed instructional coaching programs can help schools and districts in their academic recovery efforts.
We’ve always known that communities have the wisdom and skills to teach their children. The question is, how do you activate this learning ecosystem?
Decentralized Autonomous Organizations are paving the way to change how learning operates.
Whose Accountability System is this Anyway? Kentucky’s Journey Toward Shared Ownership of Assessment and Accountability Systems
Kentucky is one of the proud recipients of this year’s Competitive Grant for State Assessment (CGSA) awards from the US Department of Education. One of the key challenges of the current assessment and accountability system - the lack of coherence between the demands of the state and what local communities value.
The Future of Learning Council (FLC), a cohort of 40 unique school districts and learning organizations, has banded together around a single mission: to shape the future of learning in Michigan.