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Lifelong Learning is the Antidote to the Shifting Workforce

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By: The Skillrise Editorial Team. Along with the EdTech Center @ World Education, the Skillrise team is working to close digital divides and ensure that all learner-workers in the United States have opportunities to develop essential technology skills and digital resilience.

A New Market For Volunteers: Teens Tutor Teens

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By: G. Jones, et al. Teenage tutors are paving a new path in the private tutoring industry with personalized educational experience just a click away.

Active Learning: The Secret to El Paso’s Success

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Through their 2020 Transformation plan, El Paso Independent School District (EPISD) has used active learning to unlock meaningful learning.

Fostering Jagged People – For Science!

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By: Carolyn Olsen. Carolyn explores how we are "jagged" people and the various ways to approach data science based on your strengths and weaknesses.

Supporting Statewide Change Through Microgrants to Families

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By: Tom Vander Ark & Devin Vodicka. In the first of a short series, Tom Vander Ark and Devin Vodicka discuss how microgrants can allow families more agency to provide and make decisions that's best for them and their children.

Ada Palmer on Learning From the Past and the Future

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In today’s podcast interview, the Getting Smart team is talking to Ada Palmer, a history professor at the University of Chicago

Rebellion As An Act of Community and Self-Love

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Albert Camus’ prescient 1950 essay on how the act of rebellion serves as a good for your community and yourself rings true today.

New Standards of Quality: Minerva Baccalaureate and Debt Free College

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Minerva recently launched a new brand called Minerva Baccalaureate. The new model will come with reimagined high school curriculum and instruction methods.

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