GreenLight is one of a handful in the larger Learner and Employment Record ecosystem solving for frictionless systems to store and share learning.
There needs to be a different way of thinking about unlocking human potential, one that treats knowledge as fundamentally linked to practice, people as having rich potential, and any designed innovation as just one component – rather than the sole focus – of an empowering ecosystem.
Gregg Brown shares how to assemble your community, assess your situation, find partners and take action to redesign education.
With the promising benefit of LER systems for learners, comes much to understand in how we might include the experience and input of learners—especially those most marginalized or following diverse pathways—in the design, implementation, and evaluation of LER technology.
The city of Newark, New Jersey has seen profound growth– new businesses and housing developments are providing the city’s citizens with new opportunities for work and innovation. However, in order for this transformation to be sustainable, local school systems must see change.
In communities nationwide, a growing range of free and low-cost learning opportunities outside of school are enriching children’s lives beyond their traditional curriculum, but parents need to be able to access them and to feel comfortable operating in the spaces where this learning happens.