Ed Policy

What Moment Are You In?

Tom explores what the question "what moment are you in?" means for education leaders and how the answer to that question shapes education policy.

Ed Policy

Is Next Gen Learning a Political Act?

By: Andy Calkins. All parents want whatever their children need in order to fulfill their highest potential. Next-gen learning is a means to this end, one everyone can get behind.

Ed Policy

The Importance of Teacher Voice

Only 59% of teachers surveyed are confident voicing their honest opinions and concerns, but as Cameron Paterson explains, the rich experience and expertise of teachers mean that their opinions should be sought, listened to, and highly valued.

Competency-Based Education

Education, State Policy and the Future of Work

Many of us will agree that it can feel as though our education system is struggling to maintain an at-best-moderate pace of adapting to the quickly changing world around it. This new guide from the XQ Institute provides strategies to help state policymakers change that.

Ed Policy

Education Systems Should Be Based on How Students Develop 

A flowering of research from neuroscience, psychology, early childhood, and a variety of other disciplines on the science of learning and development has begun to shed light on what is necessary for students to reach their full potential. How can our systems catch up to these findings?

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Youth Empowered For Social Change

Let’s not wait for another tragedy to empower young people to make a difference. In a confusing world of exponential change, it’s more important than ever for young people to develop the knowledge, skills, and self-confidence--agency plus capability--for change making.