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February 06, 2017

PISA, Internalizing Failure, and Barriers to Deeper Learning

A new study finds that school stratification and segregation has an effect on how students attribute their success and failure, and ultimately their performance.

January 10, 2017

Organizational Grit: Thoughts on an Implementation Framework

Managing information and acting on information are two distinct strands of work that must interlock. An initiative by New Visions for Public Schools and a partner high school shows how that can be done.

July 27, 2016

How One School Redesigned Its Attendance System

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

May 09, 2016

Strong Attendance Systems Are the Product of Ordinary Solutions

Through relentless, disciplined practice, a New York City principal transformed a school's attendance system and achieved extraordinary results.

March 02, 2016

Five Secrets to Operationalize Deeper Learning

The executive director of Envision Learning Partners outlines the structural and functional shifts in schools necessary for deeper learning to thrive.

February 25, 2016

How Improvement Science Is Leading to Gains at an Urban High School

A New York City school has developed a systematic way of identifying and tracking interventions designed to raise the school's graduation rate to 94 percent.

February 23, 2016

The Relentless Nature of Improving Daily Attendance

A New York City high school shows how a systemic approach toward reducing absenteeism can help improve the school's graduation rate.

February 03, 2016

Making Human-Centered Systems Design Work in Education

While design and systems thinking hold promise for education, the challenge is that there is not one "user" for whom the design should fit, nor a single goal to be achieved.

January 21, 2016

Moving Through Deeper Learning at Your Own Pace

A Massachusetts school shows a way to design a structure to enable students to move at their own pace--and avoid the shame of falling behind--writes Kathleen Cushman.

January 08, 2016

Why 'Queen Bees and Wannabes' Is Not the Right Way to Think About Global Education

In this blog, Jal Mehta argues that the "follow the leaders" approach to educational comparisons is misguided, and offers a different perspective on what can be learned from global education.

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