Join Tom Vander Ark on the blog as he outlines 20 tips on how to boost engagement and relevance with real-world learning.
Mason recaps ReThink Ed (#RethinkED), an event where innovators in education gathered together in Kansas City sponsored by the Kauffman Foundation and the Debruce Foundation.
The largest effort to make high school more valuable—to young people and their communities—is underway in the six-county, two-state Kansas City metro area.
Kearney School District Superintendent Dr. Nicely, and R. Parks of Southview Elementary and LENS talk about learning through nature and science.
By: B. Nicely. The Kearney School District Superintendent describes the role the Real World Learning Initiative plays in career success preparation.
Imagine a high school that started with design thinking and leadership training. Imagine having the opportunity to prototype a solution to a community problem and earn a provisional patent. For students at a Kansas City high school, it's a reality.
Today's episode is with Lia McIntosh, a marketer, organizer, pastor, and most recently, a grant-maker at the Kauffman Foundation.
As administrators prepare for an entirely different launch to the coming school year, doubling down on professional development by engaging the team at Getting Smart can make a sizable difference in teachers supporting learning from home.
In today’s episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom Vander Ark is joined by Corey Mohn and Shameka Montgomery to discuss next-gen career education.
By: Bill Nicely. Kearney School District is committed to ending systemic racism in order to provide the lives and learning that all students deserve.
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, we sit down with Donna McDaniel to chat about the new Real World Learning Initiative and the CAPS Program.
The Real World Learning Initiative is a high school improvement project that aims to prepare students for the future of work.
By: Crystal Everett. Life Skills Series: KCPS Edition, is a real-world learning project supporting Kansas City Public Schools students to acquire the skills needed for the future of work.