Educators Field Guide to Preparing for Web3: 3 Steps You Can Take Today, to be Ready for Tomorrow
Though web3 is still in its infancy, there are trends emerging that can help guide us towards practices that can help us prepare young people for the next generation of the web.
Education is about to radically change: AI for the masses
As AI continues to impact education, along with every other sector, innovative education leaders have an opportunity to build the foundation for the most personalized learning system we have ever seen.
North Star Goal: Every Learner on a Personalized Pathway
Recent policies, commitments and initiatives at the state and national level are paving the way for new, effective pathways to skillful employment.
Understanding Opportunity Costs in Education
Opportunity costs need to be calculated in education and those calculations must be focused on the learners, not the school or system.
Paul Quinn College: Affordable, Relevant, Transformative Higher Education
The Work Program at Paul Quinn College provides students with meaningful service opportunities that help develop competitive job skills while contributing toward the cost of their education.
#CelebratingProgress Launching Youth Into Tech Careers
Launchpad, a new initiative from Building21, that is helping high school students gain the skills they need to get connected to good paying jobs in the tech industry highlights #CSEdWeek.
Why Your Students Need a Manifesto
Students today can benefit from having a personal manifesto, which is a statement of purpose and a script for action to anchor you in your values when you’re faced with dilemmas. Educators can help students create their personal manifesto with a flexible series of exercises, which can then be shared with a larger group to deepen their understanding of each other.
How a Dallas Restaurant Became a National Youth Development System
Café Momentum is not just a restaurant, it’s a youth development system with an ecosystem of support including paid internships, education and training, and physical and mental health support.
Uncovering Pathways for Students with Disabilities
When students with disabilities don’t have equitable access to early college opportunities, they miss out on significant benefits and any conversation about equity is incomplete without including students with disabilities.
Next Generation Online Learning Programs – Khan World School
Khan World School launched in August 2022 to build a more engaging and challenging middle and high school virtual experience. As a partnership between ASU Prep and Sal Khan, the learning model design includes mastery-based learning, seminars, concurrent-enrollment opportunities and tutorials in addition to online courses.