A carefully designed effort to improve attendance rates at a New York City high school paid off, offering lessons for improvement at other schools.


The urgency of deepening student learning might outweigh the need for "gold-standard" research on hard-to-teach and hard-to-measure skills, says Rafael Heller of Jobs for the Future.


Dynamic changes in the economy require a new type of learning, one that is project-based, says Tom Vander Ark.


Stakeholder engagement, as promising examples from Colorado and New Hampshire show, can help ensure that innovation is sustained.


A recent summit held by Jobs for the Future highlighted ways to strengthen career readiness for all young people.


A recent summit meeting highlighted ways schools and businesses are forming partnerships to increase economic opportunities for young people.


Twelve organizations are developing and testing new ways of measuring student performance.


Adam Carter of Summit Public Schools describes how that school network personalizes learning for each student--and offers examples of what that looks like.


A new report from researchers at Stanford University that identifies the design features of high-quality test can shift the focus of the debate on testing to where it belongs: on what tests measure and how they measure it.


Kathleen Cushman describes how the culminating exhibition of a social justice project gave fourth grade English learners a deep understanding of their history and culture.


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