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Microschools: Change on the Fringe or Reshaping the Ecosystem?

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Anne Olderog explores the concept of microschools and why they have the power to ultimately influence and reshape the education system.

Humanity: The Antidote

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As we look to transform the future of education, developing relationships must be in the crosshairs. Matt Piercy explores the need for forging the human connection approach to education.

Uneven Vaccination Rates Are Creating Two Americas: Schools Can Help Advance Vaccine Equity.

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Uneven vaccination rates are creating two Americas and heightening education inequities. Here's how schools can help advance vaccine equity.

California Revamping Math Frameworks: The Need For Data Science, Equity and Deeper Learning

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California is preparing new frameworks in math that include a shift towards data science, as well as increased equity and opportunities for deeper, applied learning.

Minerva University: Personalized, Global, Affordable and Now Independent

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Minerva University offers the world’s smartest young people a reconceptualization of the ends and means of higher education at an affordable price.

Book Review: Digital for Good

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Eric Nentrup reviews "Digital for Good: Raising Kids to Thrive in an Online World" a book by Richard Culatta, CEO of ISTE.

The Growing Need for Skills in Artificial Intelligence

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Rachelle Dené Poth explores the growth of Artificial Intelligence in today's world and how this impacts the classroom.

Rating the Value of Higher Education

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There is a new way to think about the contribution of higher education--both for individuals and communities. Tom explores how equitable value can serve a higher purpose, particularly for underrepresented groups.

John Watson on the Promise of Online Learning

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom speaks with John Watson about the great promise of online learning.

Two High School Students Create STEM Program

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Two high school students' mission to empower fellow learners leads them to develop Start STEM Early, a STEM program for and by students.

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