The universal themes in Star Wars make for useful learning analogies for both casual viewers and hard-core fans, says guest blogger Janae Phillips.


Ideas for integrating food into the classroom from guest blogger Sarah Anderson.


Bringing in youth voice is critical to designing equitable programs, says guest blogger Kate Walker.


Learning to self-reflect can lead to improvement in practice, says special education teacher and guest blogger Christina Powell.


Ed-tech has the exciting potential to transform learning experiences for students in every corner of the globe, write guest bloggers Eliza Erikson and Erin Simmons.


Teaching students a respect for indigenous cultures creates local connections while learning about different perspectives, says Jennifer D. Klein.


Three cities used improvement science to implement new reform measures. Guest blogger Christina Russell shares some lessons learned.


Teacher Karen Martin shares the impact of networks on rural teachers and students.


ASCD and Longview Foundation share a framework for leading schools in a diverse world.


Students can earn a "global distinction" on their high school diploma by completing a capstone project. Annette Cowart explains what this means for districts.


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