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Katie is an education and innovation enthusiast. Follow her on Twitter at @kvanderark.

Boosting Training, Education and Qualifications

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Sebastien Turbot explains the need to boost training, education and level of qualifications for workers globally to meet the needs of employers and equip students with the necessary skills to find employment.

‘Most Likely to Succeed’ Tours all 50 States

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Executive Producer Ted Dintersmith embarks on the second half of his 50 State Tour with Most Likely to Succeed with stops in the Northeast and Northwest meeting with Governors, Superintendents, parents, students and schools.

Ted Dintersmith On The Future of School

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Education advocate Ted Dintersmith is on a 50 state tour talking about the movie he produced, Most Likely to Succeed, hoping to spark conversations about schools that inspire and engage.

Parent Power Fuels Rocketship

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Rocketship's Spark Academy in San Jose supports students growth through an innovative rotational model, a learning lab and diverse technology programs in the classroom. The foundation of the school model includes community, parent and teacher involvement in the students individualized learning pathway on a daily basis.

8 Key Elements to Supporting Online Educators

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Managing an online classroom can be a departure from traditional teaching methods and teacher preparation needs to be customized to meet the specific needs of online educators. Here are 8 ways to effectively support online educators.

As College ROI dips, College and Career Readiness Couldn’t be more Important

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New reports from Instructure and New Tech Network outline the vast postsecondary options and tools offered to prepare students for college and career.

Awarding and Supporting Teacher Community Focused on Student-Centered Entrepreneurship

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The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation is taking support for entrepreneurialism in education to the next-level. Don’t get me wrong. There’s...

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