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We’ve Got It Backwards: Starting With Content Rather than Learners Doesn’t Work

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Why are high school students so bored? How could we engage them to learn the required content? How can we nudge, support, and coerce college learners to graduation? What if we’re asking the wrong questions? What if memorizing content and procedures wasn’t the point? A short paper in a small journal provided profound advice for modern learning…

The Lure of the Classroom

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In 1994 I made what many of my colleagues considered a foolish choice: I quit a successful career in journalism to become a classroom teacher. That decision led to six years of teaching middle school in Southern California and another four years at New Technology High in Napa, Calif. I earned many accolades for my work, so…

 Podcast: Richard Barth on Building A National School Brand

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Today the Getting Smart staff speaks with Richard Barth, the CEO of the KIPP Foundation about his experience growing KIPP from 40 schools to 224 nationally and building a national brand.

Podcast: Elisa Villanueva-Beard on Teacher Leadership

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On today's episode, the Getting Smart staff speaks with Teach for America's CEO Elisa Villanueva Beard about teacher leadership.

Three Strategies for Providing Top-down Support for Bottom-up Change

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The Colorado Education Initiative partnered with Stanford University’s School Retool Fellowship to empower Colorado school and district leaders to be the agents of change for equitable deeper learning.

Podcast: Esther Wojcicki on Raising Successful People

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On this week's podcast, we interview Esther Wojcicki and discuss her new book How to Raise Successful People: Simple Lessons for Radical Results.

Leadership Development and the Power of Networks at Philadelphia Academy of School Leaders

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The Neubauer Fellowship in Educational Leadership, the signature program of Philadelphia Academy of School Leaders, has demonstrated success in providing support and a local network to school principals across Philadelphia.

Leadership: The Humble Path of Decision Making

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Leadership is s windy road with decisions at every turn. In this blog, Adam explores making decisions through a personal journey of his own experiences and that of the partners that he works with to transform learner experience.

Improving Organizational Culture: Discovering Your Core Strengths

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Organizations are comprised of unique individuals with varying strengths and talents who are all working together to carry out the organization’s mission, vision, and personality. Strengths assessments are great tools to help an individual uncover their strengths and talents.

Even More Ways for Ed Leaders to Make Teachers Feel as Important as They Are

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Michael continues to share the importance of creating a culture of appreciation and offers a few additional ideas for educational leaders to show continued support for teachers so that they can become their personal and professional best.

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