July 2017 Archives

While there is high demand for coding skills today, artificial intelligence will increasingly take over routine coding jobs as it grows in sophistication. The longer term and larger employment and impact opportunities for today's students lie in data science

As managing projects and working in teams becomes a priority learning outcome in schools, it's important to understand several important group dynamics that can ensure a team is successful.

You might have noticed a flood of investment into human resource startups lately, as companies attempt to find the best and brightest employees using algorithms. So how does this affect the world of education?

How can school district leaders get in front of declining budgets to give their schools the best chance to be successful? Here are 12 school district functional areas where there are usually opportunities to boost efficiency and effectiveness.

Join us on a walking tour of downtown Boise with Nate McClennen of Teton Science Schools and Neva Geisler of student-led One Stone discussing PBE, learner experience and the power of community connections.

The rise of artificial intelligence is driving a new shift in value creation focused on sentiments more intrinsic to the human experience. So what does this mean for our future graduates?

Recent breakthroughs in computing and maturation of autonomous driving systems are rapidly making self-driving vehicles a reality. So how could this positively impact education?

To kick-off our #AskAboutAI series, we invited Bay Area technologists, social scientists, philanthropists and educators to discuss three questions around the implications of AI, and share their answers here.

Erin Mote and Erik Tucker, co-founders of Brooklyn Lab Charter School, discuss building a durable school that is also future-ready, as well as a customized learning platform from scratch.


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