Through a performance based on an interdisciplinary project, a High Tech High student learned confidence and "heart and soul."


A new grading system, developed by math teachers at High Tech High, enables students to look at what they've learned, rather than ranking themselves against one another.


A network of math educators aims to help students of color identify with math abd to abolish the phrase, "I am not a math person."


A course developed by Students at the Center Fellows enables teachers to learn how to introduce student-centered learning in their classrooms.


A recent study of schools implementing personalized learning said more about the schools' implementation than about personalization.


A statewide initiative aims to enroll half the state's high school students into career pathways to close a "skills gap."


Recently released test results show a familiar pattern: stagnation after increases. What can schools do to break this trend?


A study of schools in the U.S. and Singapore show ways that schools were able to find time for teachers to collaborate with and learn from one another.


In this post, Tyler Thigpen offers a typology of different approaches to redesigning schools.


A student-centered approach, in which students practice the skills of a democracy--rather than simply being told about democracy--can enhance civic participation by youths.


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