Personalized Learning

Next-Gen High Schools

There's never been a better time to transform a classroom or open a new school, and here are several examples of next-gen schools currently paving the way for innovations in education.


Generic vs Coherent Teacher Prep

We’ve inherited sedimentary layers of local, state and federal EdPolicy--not system designed to prepare young people for the idea economy and not an easy system in which to teach. In contrast we know that good schools are coherent--everything is mission-aligned to benefit teachers and students. The benefits of purpose-built coherent teacher preparation hold the potential to extend quality learning for all teachers and students.

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Building Micro-credential Momentum

Now that a growing number of organizations are creating and offering micro-credentials, the new challenge is to make them more valuable to educators by increasing the number of states, districts, and networks that recognize them as signals of professional growth.

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White House Hosts Summit on Next Generation High Schools

Details from the first ever White House Summit on #NextGenHS that brought together innovative educators. During the summit, leaders convened to catalyze innovative thinking around opportunities to enhance and improve high school education and create more equity within education.


Micro-credentials for Personalized, Powerful Professional Learning

A new report from Digital Promise further explores the potential of micro-credentials for educators. Digital Promise released Making Professional Learning Count: Recognizing Educators’ Skills with Micro-credentials -- a report that shares the results of a survey of teachers on their views on professional development and micro-credentials.


A Next-Gen School for Every Child

By: Sarah Luchs. At NGLC, we view technology as a valuable tool to support personalized learning at scale. Our motto is: lead with the learning. Because, in a next-gen learning ecosystem, every person, from child to adult, is a learner. We can have a next-gen school for every child.