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Bootcamps: A Viable Alternative to College

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By: Anthony Wood. Teaching hard and soft skills in a fraction of the time and for a fraction of the price of a four-year college, bootcamps can be an attractive alternative for learners and employers alike.

Strategies for Tackling Digital Equity

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By: Beth Holland. In this post, we explore digital equity opportunities and strategic initiatives in three critical areas: resources, community, and literacy.

Podcast: Randy Fielding on Learning Environments for the Future

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Randy Fielding, the founder of Fielding Nair International, a global leader in designing learning communities, sits down with Tom and shares some of FNI's design principles aligned to the future of learning.

How $5 Billion Could Provide a Great Education for Every Kid on Earth

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From developing more early college high schools to supporting the development and expansion of innovative platform networks, learn more as Tom outlines a plan using 15 investment and strategy opportunities, totaling $5 billion, to provide a great education for every child.

Minerva’s Innovative Platform Makes High Quality Higher Ed Personal and Affordable

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Minerva shares that its Forum platform, which supports real-time, synchronous seminars, will be available to other programs and serve up to 400 students simultaneously. With the intent of forming partnerships, Minerva is driven to support new pathways to earn a degree and certification.

Contribution: Schools Alive with Possibility

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Tom Vander Ark discusses the importance of schools providing a focus on contribution through challenges and design thinking. Students have the power to address real-world problems as they embrace complexities associated with the future of work and contribute to their community.

How a Texas School District Took Personalized Learning From Vision to Reality

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By: Vickie Vallet-McWilliams and Melissa Mccalla. Pasadena Independent School District was on a journey to find personalized learning plans that work and implemented Summit’s educational approach.

Podcast: Embracing the Tension Between Basic Skills and Work Readiness Skills

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In this week's podcast, Tom and Hanna Skandera discuss student agency, new education pathways, employability, as well as Hanna's new initiative, Pathway 2 Tomorrow, which is focused on transforming the current education system.

How User Design Can Impact Engagement and Learning for K-12 Students

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By: Danielle Reid. Daniel shares how user interface (UI) design and, more broadly, user experience (UX) design – can be the deciding factor for the level of impact an education application or platform has on a student, particularly in the K-12 market.

It’s Time to Separate Facilities From Operations

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The way we build, manage and maintain public school buildings is inefficient and exacerbates some of the biggest challenges in education. It's time for us to rethink the relationship between learning programs and public facilities. Tom proposes a change to how facilities are provided for public education programming.

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