Educators who want to engage, inspire, and prepare their students for the future should pay attention to the ways AI is reshaping the world.


Students can use the five steps in this simple routine to solve problems across the curriculum and throughout their lives.


A Vista High School student takes action on a topic she discovered during her learning, realizing the power of student voice to improve her own learning experiences.


Preparing students for success in a changing world can't be done in isolation. Let's celebrate the connections and collaboration of next-gen learning.


When one school in its network designed a successful personalized learning model, Distinctive Schools faced the challenge of how to scale the model across its network.


The Family and Community Engagement Network at Vista Unified school district is building authentic relationships with students and families in a servant-leadership approach.


Students from low-income households and students of color are often less prepared to succeed in today's competitive marketplace for careers than their white, affluent counterparts. YouthForce NOLA is working to change that.


When these three ingredients are present in a truly student-centered lesson, students are most likely to learn both academic content and productive habits of mind.


Two Vista High School students describe how the process of self-discovery within Challenge-Based Learning helps them progress as learners.


Higginson Elementary School in Boston addresses inequitable access to technology, especially for students with disabilities who need technological accommodations, with a tech-enabled project-based-learning curriculum.


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