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How Community Service Turns Today’s Students into Tomorrow’s High-Achievers

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By: Dr. David R. Schuler. A superintendent shares his district’s innovative approach to preparing students for the jobs of the future.

10 Inevitable Education Evolutions Educators Can Lead

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If educators allow politicians, researchers, and pundits to take charge of the evolution in education, it will be delayed and implemented with less clarity. It’s time for teachers to be change agents, thus owning the profession.

The State of Creativity in America’s Schools

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A Gallup study on the state of creativity in America’s schools revealed that opportunities are neither ubiquitous nor equitably distributed.

The Getting Smart Team Gives Thanks

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Our team would like to take a moment to break from our regularly scheduled content to express our sincere gratitude for all that we have.

How to Innovate Without Getting Fired

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For educators itching to innovate, there are five tips that will build support and mitigate risk. They may slow you down initially, but it’s a case of go slow to go fast.

Larry Rosenstock: 2019 WISE Award-Winner

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At this year’s World Innovation Summit for Education in Qatar, the prestigious WISE Prize was awarded to Larry Rosenstock, founder of High Tech High (HTH).

Hands Down Voices Up: An Invitation to Practice Good

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An interactive, student-focused summit in Boise encourages young people to share stories and strategies to inspire, organize, and lead a national movement to empower positive change in the world.

It’s a New Dawn as iNACOL Becomes Aurora Institute

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The annual iNACOL symposium started off with a big announcement. iNACOL has a whole new brand and we're breaking the news here.

8 Organizations Powering Positive Change in New Orleans

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The transformation of New Orleans to a system of charter schools has been a city- and community-supported effort designed around three principles: educator run schools, parent choice, and public oversight.

10 Strategies for Schools to Improve Parent Engagement

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By: Jennifer Larson. The key to productive and positive parent engagement is a consistent and simplified flow of communication between school, home and all other stakeholders. Schools can take advantage of best practices to give parents more visibility into their child’s day-to-day.

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