In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, leadership is more important than ever, especially in building a new generation of learning systems.
A guide for educators and families seeking to make a smooth transition to distance learning in the wake of coronavirus-forced school closures.
By: Michael Horn In the midst of all of the many challenges we are now facing, online resources, parent guides, and helpful hints are needed now more than ever. Remember - just as there is no one best way to educate a child, there is no one best course of action amidst this crisis. You’ll need to find the right way forward in your circumstance for your family.
Rebecca & Kelly discuss what life will be like for high school seniors navigating these next few months towards the end of their K-12 learning experience.
Getting Smart staff members Kelly Niccolls and Rebecca Midles discuss home-bound learning opportunities for students and share resources to help get you started.
By: Patrick Erwin. As a principal, I do the most important job in the city. I create the conditions for students and, by extension, their families, to be lifted out of poverty into a city that is a great place to live. Not a bad job. Not a bad life.
How can instruction be more flexible and responsive to the needs of today’s students? Let's explore agility in learning of K-12 education in February.
This Seed To Table program offered in a southern California school demonstrates the potential of compelling community-connected learning.