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March 19, 2019

Protect Your Investment in Innovation: Engage in Change Management

Every time an education institution loses a funding source, rethinks program delivery, revises positions, incorporates technology, or changes curriculum, it is making an investment in change. These are sizable, important investments, so why not protect them?

March 14, 2019

Five Steps for Leading Schools With Emotional Intelligence and Accountability

Using an emotional-intelligence framework, Two Rivers Public Charter School staff found a way to drive accountability to each other that improves results and strengthens relationships.

March 06, 2019

Street Data: A New Grammar for Educational Equity

We need a way to radically reimagine the mindset and the methodology of working toward equity. The concept of "street data," which allows for real-time feedback loops rooted in the voices and experiences of students, staff, and families, is key to this transformation.

February 25, 2019

Using Design Thinking to Set the Vision for a Career Superhighway

Envisioning a career superhighway in Vista, Calif., through empathy interviews with students.

February 15, 2019

Learners Front and Center for Learner-Centered Design

Student designers in Fall River, Mass., take a leadership role in reimagining learning at their school.

February 14, 2019

Why Equity Has Been a Conservative Force in American Education—And How That Could Change

The more we double down on closing achievement gaps within the existing grammar of schooling, the more difficult we make it for ourselves to transform schooling into a more purposeful, relevant, and engaging institution.

January 22, 2019

Schools as Neighbors: A Web of Support in San Diego Neighborhoods

The cultural and linguistic diversity of its community has pushed the Thrive Public Schools team to become more sensitive listeners to what families and neighbors want and need.

January 14, 2019

Setting the Vision for Creating a Career Superhighway

The first step in envisioning a career superhighway in Vista, Calif.: level-set multiple perspectives with a landscape scan and compelling statistics.

December 28, 2018

A Joining of Hands: Looking Back at 2018, a Year of Collaboration and Connection

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.

November 15, 2018

Don't Force Group Work, Facilitate Experiential Learning

Students often find group work frustrating, divisive and unsuccessful. Experiential learning principles frame group activities to be engaging, meaningful, and effective.

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