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Growing to New Horizons: The Environmental Charter School Reflects on Change

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By: Deana Callipare. COVID-19 has forced schools across the country to convert to online learning and Environmental Charter School, ECS, has a unique challenge due to its PBL model to rethink learning.

Future Ready: The New Version of School

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School leaders have about 90 days to get future ready. For many, it will require four infrastructure decisions and four innovation decisions.

What is Curriculum in the year 2020? From Managed Instruction to Personalized Learning

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Kelly answers the question of "what is curriculum in 2020?" and how that must correlate to outcomes that matter to students and to their futures.

ACT’s ScootPad Scoop-Up

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Through acquisition of ScootPad, an adaptive learning platform, ACT further expands their footprint as a personalized, competency-based learning organization.

Communicating with Your Teacher Will Never Be the Same

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The way students and parents communicate with teachers will likely never be the same once schools re-open. Apps like Remind are making it easier to communicate whether learning is happening in-person or online.

When Humans, Not Systems, Run Schools

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By: Andy Calkins. Andy discusses how the districts in NGLC's change management project have transitioned to home-based learning with rapid design of new systems and communication.

Podcast: Eric Tucker on Reopening Schools with Equity in Mind

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In today's episode, Tom Vander Ark is speaking with Dr. Eric Tucker, the co-founder and Executive Director of the Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School about the plan to re-open schools.

T3 Alliance: Turning a Crisis into an Educational Opportunity

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By: Adam Low. Adam discusses how the T3 Alliance curriculum provides design thinking guidance and new structures that empower students to make a difference during times of crisis.

Keep America’s Students Learning At Home

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By: Keith Krueger. During COVID-19, Keith provides steps that can be taken to keep children learning at home.

Out with the Test, in With PBL: How Project- Based Learning is Transforming Remote Learning

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By: Kyle Wagner. Kyle shares stories captured from students about the projects that they are building during this unprecedented time.

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