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Podcast: Terry Grier on Developing More than 80 System Leaders

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On this week's podcast, Tom is speaking with Terry Grier, known as America’s Superintendent for over 20 years in four different states.

100 Podcasts You Should Check Out

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From the millions of podcast on almost any topic you can dream of, we’ve selected our top 100 in education, tech, leadership & entrepreneurship, market & economics, AI & big data, news & views, and more.

SPARK Schools: Scaling Affordable Excellence in South Africa

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Seven years after its founding by two MBA grads, the SPARK network serves over 10,600 South African students.

Thinking Outside of the Gift Box

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By: E. Gohl et al. Giving an experience-based gift can provide many layers of enjoyment and connection and help to build a rich family culture.

Podcast: Rebecca Parks on Learning and Exploring through Nature and Science

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Kearney School District Superintendent Dr. Nicely, and R. Parks of Southview Elementary and LENS talk about learning through nature and science.

Why and How to Open a Microschool

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Distinctive pathways and competency-based learning are just two of the reasons why microschools are gaining popularity. A look at microschools in the U.S.

31 Can’t-Miss Education Conferences in 2020

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Check out our 2020 list of 31 worldwide education conferences we believe will be valuable opportunities for educators, leaders, startups and policy-makers to learn from and engage with each other.

Podcast: Virginia Superintendent James Lane on Unleashing Innovation

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Today on the podcast, Tom is speaking with Dr. James Lane, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction at the Virginia Department of Education.

Where the STEM Workforce is Headed and What Society Must Do to Get There

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By: J. Aglio et al. Our STEM education needs to keep pace to avoid an increasingly growing shortage of STEM workers. Six tips to help prepare your students.

Empowering Students Through Choice, Voice and Action

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By: Kristen Thorson and Erin Gohl. Children should have the choice to contribute their voice to our social and civic dialogue. Here’s how teachers and parents can create a space for kids to develop their thoughts, share their opinions, and take action.

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