California's school-finance reform offers flexibility and autonomy for local districts and holds them accountable for providing meaningful learning experiences.


An initiative of EdLeader21 enables districts to identify what they want students to become, and thus improve their vision, not just their eyesight.


A new book from Jobs for the Future outlines ways that the skills necessary for the future of work can be fostered in all students.


Jal Mehta suggests five reasons why implementing deeper learning in more affluent schools might be challenging.


A curriculum developed by EL Education helps teachers understand not only what to teach, but how to teach as well.


By engaging students with challenging, compelling texts, an EL Education school in Delaware builds a struggling young pupil's confidence--and competence.


EL Education is taking on the challenge of extending opportunities for deeper learning to many more students.


The Innovation Lab Network at CCSSO is identifying the competencies needed for school leaders in personalized, learner-centered environments.


The shift to student-centered learning means meeting conflicting demands, time to grow organically, and a unique period in history, says Joey Hunziker of the Innovation Lab Network.


With the Every Student Succeeds Act, states are shifting from accountability systems that label schools using a single indicator to multiple-measure systems aimed at continuous improvement.


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