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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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Suneel Gupta on BACKABLE: The Surprising Truth Behind What Makes People Take a Chance on You

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Suneel Gupta, author of the new book BACKABLE: The Surprising Truth Behind What Makes People Take a Chance on You.

I Am a Teacher: A Pledge of Commitment and Unity

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In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week, we honor the dedication, commitment and time educators pledge to every day learners.

From Last Chance to First Choice: Alternative Schools That Show the Way Forward

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By: T. Vander Ark & R. Midles. Tom and Rebecca share seven types of schools that provide a learner-centered alternative to traditional high schools.

How Helping Students Get Comfortable With Failure Can Increase Economic Equity

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M. Archbold & R. Harris. Michael and Ron share how equity begins when students face challenges, find resilience and persevere in the face of adversity.

Thomas Homer-Dixon on Commanding Hope and the Nature of Complexity

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom talks with Thomas Homer-Dixon about his new book, Commanding Hope and rising complexity.

Global Citizen Year Sets 5-Year Mission To Produce 10,000 New Young Leaders

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Global Citizen Year - an international leader in transformational gap year experiences - launches The Academy, Sets 5-Year Mission To Produce 10,000 New Young Leaders.

It’s Time To Reimagine the K-12 Content Map

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By: Antonia Rudenstine. What if the purpose of school were not assimilation, or social reproduction, but liberation? In the spirit of centering the lived experiences, identities, and needs of young people, reDesign is convening 250 content experts across 25 disciplines, with diverse backgrounds, funds of knowledge, perspectives, and geolocations to redefine the “canon” of K-12 content. 

6 Ways School Leaders Can Use TxLx Resources for Learner-Centered Summer Programs

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With summer right around the corner, Devin Vodicka shares resources from the Texas Learning Exchange and how leaders and educators can use them to support planning and implementation of learner-centered summer programs.

Students and Equity at the Heart of School Redesign

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The Strategy Lab supported seven districts as they navigated a real-time redesign process — this is the story of a few of those districts.

Getting Smart Town Hall Recap: Microschools Can Lead To Macro Change

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Last week, we hosted our April Getting Smart Town Hall, Microschools Can Lead to Macro Change. This event touched on the many ways in which microschools have come to the fore through the last year and how oftentimes they enable schools to be more agile, more personalized and more effective.

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