January 2017 Archives

Dr. Philip Hickman, Superintendent of the Columbus Municipal School District in rural Mississippi, shares how Columbus is proof that personalized learning and innovative education can happen anywhere.

Good leadership demands a balance of positive encouragement and constructive feedback that keeps everyone engaged and happy. Here, I look at how to achieve that balance.

David Rattray, president of Unite LA, chats with Tom about workforce readiness, the need for continued lifelong learning and how schools must adapt to prepare young people for a new economy and a changing world.

Learn more about creating successful school networks where groups of like-minded schools support each other through a common vision, powerful learning experiences for both students and teachers, and common tools and systems.

In 2007, Joel Rose conceived an idea for an innovative, blended way to teach middle school math. Today, it has spread to over 40 schools reaching 13,000 students. Here's how.

AI won't obliterate jobs, but it will change the face of the job market. These lessons can help prepare young people for a technological future that we can't even imagine today.

Schools go through seasons. Some periods demand an innovation sprint while other periods require a sustained focus on improvement. The question is, does every EdLeader need to be a master of both innovation and improvement?

In this blended, mix-and-match, do-it-yourself world of education, what is curriculum, and who develops it? How do we know if it works?


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