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Content that enables educators, edleaders, organizations and families to increase capacity, apply a growth mindset and implement what's next in learning on behalf of those entrusted to them.

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New Possibilities: The Role of Research in 4.0’s New Normal Fellowship

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By: Hassan Hassan. 4.0 has resisted formal research and evaluation for the course of its history on the grounds that it is not accessible to early stage education entrepreneurs. In its latest fund, it is now developing innovative, accessible approaches to research that honor the needs of early-stage founders, especially in the era of COVID-19.

Getting Clearer: Stakeholders At The Heart of Education

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By J. Pile and L. Gilchrist. Julia and Laura talk about the importance of stakeholders in education and how the term must be humanized.

Meet the Culture Hackers: Microcredentials Aren’t Just for Students

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By: Robert Thornton. Harmony Public Schools takes a competency-based approach to professional learning by awarding microcredentials to reinforce the skill-sets they believe are critical to success across a variety of roles within their system.

A Question of Trust: The Arcadia Unified Better Together Project

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By: Arcadia Unified School District. AUSD shares how a partnership with Altitude Learning and the University of California San Diego began to rigorously examine key levers for transformational change.

Building the Car While We’re Driving It: Lessons Learned and Back-to-School Priorities in Four Districts

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By: Nate Kellogg and Lauren Schwartze. The Strategy Lab, The Learning Accelerator (TLA), and Bellwether Education Partners are working in partnership to support and learn from districts amid this uniquely difficult back-to-school season.

Weaving the Fabric of Civil Society to Support Learning in Times of Crisis

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By: Fernande Raine and Emily Wegner. Fernande and Emily share advice on how to continue to weave our civic society during a time of crisis.

Dr. Helene Gayle on Our Moment in Time

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Today’s podcast episode is featuring Dr. Helene Gayle, the CEO of the Chicago Community Trust, one of the nation’s leading community foundations.

Mastery Transcript Consortium Voices: Student Profile

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By: Mastery Transcript Consortium. The MTC team shares an student profile and interview with Evelyn Monje, a rising senior from Vermont.

Michael Fullan on Leading in a Culture of Change

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In today's podcast, the Getting Smart team brings you an episode on leading in a culture of change with Michael Fullan.

4 Actionable Queries Empowering EdLeaders to be Change-Ready

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By: Karine Veldhoen. “Like never before we face the challenge of delivering education in nimble and new ways. How can we transform this pandemic into a positive provocation?” Karine Veldhoen, school leader and consultant, shares four actionable ideas and resources you can implement right now to cultivate your school’s change-readiness for fall.

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