Small community-connected schools sharing resources in networks & leveraging local learning opportunities may be the solution to the rural education decline.
CRPE recently interviewed 450 educators across 17 cities about how they attempted to personalize learning, and then researched how policies supported or impeded innovation. This new report outlines their findings.
The leading career academy network, NAF, is shifting from a focus on design principles to certification of career-ready knowledge and skills.
More than 1,400 educators from more than 150 schools across the U.S. and from Australia braved July humidity in St. Louis to further activate their network's commitment to powerful learning and the “power of us”. Here’s a look at network effect in action.
Better Together: How to Leverage School Networks for Smarter Personalized and Project Based Learning
New book from Tom Vander Ark and Lydia Dobyns explores and showcases the power of school networks in education.
By: Chip Linehan. Building 21's vision is to create a deep network of like-minded schools and districts that seek to fundamentally rethink high school graduation requirements to reflect the changing world around us. Learn more here.