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Tom Vander Ark is author of Difference Making at the Heart of Learning, The Power of Place, Better Together, Smart Parents, Smart Cities and Getting Smart. He is co-founder of Getting Smart and Learn Capital and serves on the boards of Education Board Partners, 4.0 Schools, Digital Learning Institute, Latinx Education Collaborative, Mastery Transcript Consortium and eduInnovation. Follow Tom on Twitter, @tvanderark.

Pharrell Launches Whole Child Nonprofit to Even the Odds

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YELLOW is building data-driven, meaningful, and future-forward assessment tools to help advance the art of teaching as a system.

Invention Opportunity In Early Learning And Development

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Listed are ten invention opportunities in early learning and development that could reignite an equitable start in life and long-term economic mobility.

The Opportunity for Personalized and Local Guidance

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By: R. Caruthers R. Midles & T. Vanderark. Guidance on the next steps in learning and postsecondary planning can equally be tailored to each learner and their context.
IBM Credentials: Badges and Certifications

Digital Credentials: A Better Way to Capture and Communicate Learning

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There is an invention opportunity to better credential units of learning. Listed are six opportunities to better capture and communicate learning.
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Eight Ways New Schools Innovate

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With the rapid global shift to hybrid and remote learning, there is a renewed interest in new school models. Highlighted are eight ways schools are innovating.
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Turning Dead Malls into Community Assets

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Repurposing dead malls may be the right invention opportunity to create human development centers while salvaging returns for property owners.
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We Built Boring Schools, Then We Put Them Online–Science Has the Fix

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Now is the perfect time to explore important factors that go into building better learner experiences and schools.

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