"Policy, Pilots and the Path to Competency-Based Education: A Tale of Three States" shares the story of three states that took different paths to the same goal of creating state CBE pilot programs.


The rise in artificial intelligence means big changes to the education and employment landscapes. This week we consider how AI is promoting health and changing healthcare in our #AskAboutAI series.


One important aspect of teacher preparation today is project-based learning (PBL). Here are five reasons we feel teachers should be PBL prepared and five key practices of a PBL teacher.


Our new blog series #AskAboutAI will encourage parents, teachers, mentors and advisors to engage young people in a dialog about the emerging automation economy and the ethical and economic implications of artificial intelligence (AI).


The importance of social emotional learning is widely recognized as key to success in life as it can help today's students become better learners, team members, contributors and friends.


We've made a great deal of progress in personalized learning in the last five years, but there is still work to do. Here are six signs of progress as well as six barriers to overcome in 2016.


The Getting Smart Podcast is celebrating its 40th episode this week. Here is a list of all of the podcasts we've created over the past year with education leaders across the nation.


The age of smart local manufacturing is just around the corner, and today's students will need to be prepared. Here are next steps for educators to provide manufacturing and coding pathways.


High expectations are an important part of a school model, culture and community. Here are several examples of how schools and programs are helping students learn to deliver on professional grade expectations.


Predicting the future is challenging, but Global Education Futures has developed a thoughtful and optimistic view of the future--one that is a bit different in language and tone than the U.S. dialogue.


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