With a solid process and supportive staff, students can develop the confidence needed to take these skills to be critical thinkers and help solve real-world problems. Read more about how Macon Early College began using the design process as a way to plant the seeds for a more student-centered culture.
The A Big Push for Small Schools program plans to roll out up to 20 grants, to fast-track the influence and scalability of select microschool models across the entire K-12 spectrum. We’re looking for diverse national models that utilize various funding methods. Our selection priority is to support models that cater to historically under-served communities.
Learner-centered leaders recognize the need to help young people lean into their personal development as a critical part of their learning and do so in community with the peers and adults in their environments.
Why 20 Missouri School Districts Are Seeking New ‘Innovation Waivers’ to Rethink the Way They Test Students
The Missouri State Board of Education voted unanimously Aug. 15 to approve 'innovation waivers' for the 20-school Success-Ready Students Network.
The way to overcome the current challenges dominating K-12 is to think out of the box from the mindset of our ‘users' and embrace the new and unfamiliar with curiosity and confidence.
The journey towards a brighter, more equitable future for every learner is taking center stage at Getting Smart’s first regional New Pathways Convening “Paving the Way for Pathways: Connecting Local Schools and Businesses” on October 19th and 20th at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center in Tacoma, WA.
Schools around the world are realizing that their flexible learning environments are improving conditions for educators' well-being, helping build stronger teams, improving culture, and benefiting students as a result. Mike Posthumus explores more in their latest post.