Posts by Mason Pashia
The Jeanes Fellowship, an homage to the legacy of Jeanes Teachers in the South, helps educators focus on essential conversations around identity, belonging and justice.
In our latest check-in on Khan World School, we observe inspiring student-led projects, inquiry-based learning and personalized experiences.
Tacoma Public Schools responded to both crisis and tragedy through radical and efficient community partnerships.
Over the last few months, we’ve been fortunate to accompany school leaders to some outstanding Colorado schools that exemplify new learning models that lead to new pathways.
The state of California has launched the #CaliforniansForAll College Corps program, a bold step in equipping young people with viable pathways to employment.
In many high schools, the traditional course sequence and graduation requirements remain stagnant. For future-ready students, we need to update these content areas..
The age of AI begs the question: what skills and knowledge are uniquely human? With massive search engine capacity and AI tools to scan, reorganize, and create new ways of interpreting information, where should learners be focusing their time and attention? Mason and Nate from Getting Smart explores in their latest post.
Every decision we make shapes the reality for future generations. We must embrace not knowing, and prepare ourselves with new tools and mindsets that enable us to grapple with what could be and pay attention to signals that help predict and prepare for upcoming challenges.