Early Learning

Cynthia Leck and Juetzinia Kazmer-Murillo on Igniting Agency in Early Learners

[…] as designed curriculum for college preparatory programs before transitioning to work as an education researcher and consultant at Columbia University through the Center for Public Research and Leadership. While there, her work focused on continuous improvement, network and systems theory, and personalized learning implementation. As part of Transcend’s Build Knowledge team, Cynthia translates what […]

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Future of Learning

Michael Horn on The Next Chapter

[…] pandemic postlude is, “Take gap or discovery year. It’s not year off but a year on, learning how to contribute,  and opportunity to forge your character and leadership.” Horn spent the last 5 years leading strategy for Entangled Group, a venture studio and consulting shop. They were an early investor in Guild Education,  a […]

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Equity & Access

Dr. Hollie Mackey on Getting Beyond Marginality and Growing Leaders

[…] and Associate Professor of Education at North Dakota State University. Her scholarship empirically examines the effects of structural inequity in Indigenous and other marginalized populations in educational leadership and public policy using multiple critical frameworks and methodologies. As an experienced policy consultant, public speaker, program evaluator, and community educator, she seeks to bridge theory […]

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Difference Making

David Price on the Power of Us

[…] The Power Of Us: How We Connect, Act And Innovate Together. David has led innovation in education projects around the world for the past 20 years, following leadership roles in Community, Adult, Further and Higher Education. He is an advisor to the Mastery Transcript Consortium in the USA, Vega schools in India, the Canadian Educators […]

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What We Do

[…] partner’s desires to drive innovation for equity. Learning Design Our team empowers leaders in learning. We specialize in instructional, school and system design, network advising and innovative leadership and learning models. This work includes workshops, design sessions, coaching, thought partnering, innovative program design and implementation support for learner-centered personalized learning. Services include: Development/implementation of […]

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Equity & Access

Podcast: Flynn Coleman on a Human Algorithm

[…] lens into communities that she would never be able to reach before and how interconnected we really all are. The future will require compassionate, moral, and ethical leadership. These are the same principles that should be instilled in curriculum and teaching students to have empathy for those around them. Key Takeaways: How and why […]

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Leadership

Podcast: Kaleb Rashad on Race and Education in America

[…] scene in Minneapolis, Oakland,  Washington DC, Seattle and around the country with a sense of pain and agony and despair,” said Dr. Kaleb Rashad, Director of Creative Leadership at the High Tech High Graduate School of Education in San Diego.  “It was sparked by Amy Cooper’s call in Central park, Ahmaud Arbery gunned down […]

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Podcasts

Ken Kay & Suzie Boss on Redefining Student Success

[…] Be the leader of a fresh, bold, enduring vision of education for your district or school. The future of learning has arrived, and it requires bold educational leadership and a dramatic redefinition of what it means to be a successful student today. Redefining Student Success invites you to lead this transformation with audacity. It […]

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Portrait of an Educator

[…] Fors The effort aligned the Portrait of a Student with a Portrait of an Educator Based on the research conducted by Columbia’s Center for Public Research and Leadership, as well as the practice-based experience of Lindsay Unified School District, Summit, and Transcend, the team identified six principles with 26 sets of indicators of what […]

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Sharhonda Bossier and Carmita Semaan on Amplifying and Empowering Leaders of Color

[…] of color in education and related fields to thrive as disruptive and innovative agents of change.” The Surge Institute is “the preeminent pipeline addressing the dearth of leadership of color at decision-making tables. Surge educates, empowers and energizes leaders of color who will create transformative change in the communities they serve.” Sharhonda Bossier Sharhonda […]

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