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Bridging The Equity Gap – Are Innovation and Technology The Equalizer or The Divider?

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Anne Olderog explores the equity gap that emerged during the pandemic as a result of the evolving education ecosystem and which innovations and technology advancements are helping to either bridge the gap or broaden it.

Three Strategies to Engage Middle Grade Students in Data Science

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Data education can take many forms, but all have the opportunity to change youths’ view of what data are and how data can help them to make a difference in the world. Chad Dorsey explores the opportunities that lie in data science curricula.

Cool New Schools

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The Getting Smart team explores nine cool new schools that launched this fall which build on place-based opportunities and accelerating real world learning.

Martin Reeves on The Imagination Machine

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Tom is joined by Martin Reeves, SVP of Boston Consulting Group and author of The Imagination Machine — a book about innovation inside a company.

What If: August Recap

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We've been asking "What if...?" questions about the future learning. Find out what our community is thinking about!

5 Steps to Boost Real World Learning in Your System

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Would you like to see more real world learning in your community? Tom explores five steps to expand access to high-engagement valuable learning experiences.

Leave No Parent Behind

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Eileen Fernandez-Parker, Dr. Lashaune Stitt, and Antonio Boyd explore how lessons from last school year can help to inform how districts move forward with support for parents this school year.

Dreamscape Learn Pod Unveiled at ASU+GSV Summit

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Rachelle Dené Poth recaps the unveiling of the Dreamscape Learn pod at the ASU+GSV Summit.

Harnessing Curiosity: Curate What You Can’t Control

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Daniel Willingham explores the intersection between controlled curiosity and curating thoughtful resources for all learners.

Returning to School: Why Video Is Here to Stay

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As you plan for the return to school, whether you’re an educator or a school leader, video is here to stay. Jessica Slusser explores ways to implement video and shares resources to support all staff this fall and beyond.

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