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Getting Started with High School Redesign

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Thinking about high school redesign? We've assembled a great reading list to get you started.  

Podcast: Rethinking Educator Preparation: Experiential, Connected, Applied

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Kelly Conn and Cherese Childers-McKee, two science graduates found their passion for teaching and together at Northeastern University, are helping to transform educator preparation.

The Shift to Innovation Through the Power of Networks

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Our latest report, How to Innovate: Options for School Districts explores innovation opportunities and identifies New Tech Network as an exemplar design partner for comprehensive school change.

Enhancing Innovation in the Workplace through 5 Montessori Conditions

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Highlighting the International Montessori School of Hong Kong, Kyle Wagner provides Montessori insights that support creativity and innovations that align with the future of work.

A Pedagogy of Possibilities: Social Justice Delivered Through Literature and Writing

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Developing a framework for a socially just school through literature and writing goes beyond the classroom to lessen apathy, enhance relationships and solidify student ownership.

10 Talent Tips from Google HR

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We recently got to sit down with Iveta Brigis a former People Partner at Google to learn about her time working on the K-12 Talent Academy and her tips for talent development.

Podcast: Exposing Engineering to Underrepresented Groups with Dr. Amon Millner

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Tom discusses the importance of accessibility relating to computing with Dr. Amon Millner at the Olin College of Engineering.

Place-Based Education Anchors Learning in the Community

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David Ross explains how in Place-Based Education the nature of a place determines the culture of the classroom to an extraordinary degree.

No-Collar Jobs Offer Schools Chance to Create Mashups of Academics and Vocations

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David Ross explains how no-collar and new collar opportunities do not require a four-year degree, rather vocational training, certifications and the right mix of in-demand skill sets.

Podcast: Iveta Brigis on Talent Development

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The Getting Smart team explores talent development with Iveta Brigis, Commissioner for California’s Little Hoover Commission and previously Human Resources business partner at Google.

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