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Why Schools Should Bridge the Generational Divide

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By: Julia Freeland Fisher. Julia reviews the lessons about bridging the generation gap in Marc Freeman's book, " How to Live Forever."

What Game Are You Playing: Improvement or Innovation?

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Improvement and innovation have different rules, expectations, and risks. The key is knowing which game you’re playing but getting the balance right between fostering innovation and fighting for equity may be the challenge of our time.

The Best Academic Schools in Tennessee Feature the Best Character Program in the Country

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Valor Collegiate Academies has been in the top 5 percent of Tennessee schools on growth and achievement every year since it started in 2014. But we visited Valor (seven miles south of the Country Music Hall of Fame in suburban southeast Nashville) because of the well-regarded Valor Compass, a holistic human-development program.

What Moment Are You In?

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Tom explores what the question "what moment are you in?" means for education leaders and how the answer to that question shapes education policy.

3 Ways to Help Students Become Better Digital Citizens–Today

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By: David Siminoff. Today's students didn't just grow up in the digital world, they were born into it. We have the chance to develop digital citizens.

Four Keys to Success at the Most Innovative Schools in the World

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Recent visits to renowned centers of innovation had David Ross pondering what it means to wear the label "one of the most innovative schools in the world." Here's what he learned made these institutions innovative.

How to Develop Poised, Thoughtful, Articulate Teenagers

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Tom recently visited what he calls the best example of consistently high-quality inquiry-based learning we’ve seen. Take a look at Science Leadership Academy and how they’re using advisory, strong culture, restorative discipline, and powerful experiences to help youth mature and build character

25 Reasons to Give Thanks for Teachers

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Here are 25 teacher behaviors that we are grateful for and that might jog your memory of personal stories about a teacher in your life. Take time during the next few days to let them know how they positively impact our world and #thankateacher.

Developing the Whole Child One Collaboration at a Time

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By: Lindsay Portnoy. Often the most difficult part of learning is understanding something well enough to teach it to others, however, by modeling continued growth through collaboration and communication, educators Rebecca Henderson and Mark Davis have created a culture of persistence and problem-solving in their classrooms.

Helping Students Thrive in San Diego

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This week we're bringing you a bonus episode to share the great interviews we got to do at iNACOL. Grab your headphones and hear the story of Thrive Public Schools. How it started, what they've learned and where they're headed next.