First in a six part series on #RemakeLearning, here's how a loose network of 250 organizations in Pittsburgh are focusing on engaging, relevant and equitable learning.

What does the future of learning look like? More specifically what could we see in 2018? Here's 15 predictions from Tom.

How to prepare for the automation economy? The ASEAN+3 countries (southeast Asian plus China, Japan, South Korea) recently hosted a conference in Seoul in partnership with World Bank and the Korean government to answer that question. The focus was the 4th Industrial Revolution (#4IR). If you forgot what the first three where, here's a handy 'splainer from Deloitte: Harry Patrinos (@hpatrinos) leads the education practice at the World Bank for East Asia and the Pacific and acted as co-host. In his opening comments he reinforced the returns to learning for individuals and countries. He noted that automating is shifting ...

How can leaders respond to the rise of the automation economy? Here's 12 new rules about accelerated learning and how state and local education policymakers can help.

Transforming urban high schools is enormously challenging. In this post, Tom shares 8 effective strategies he's observed through his work and visits to hundreds of schools around the country.

This month Tom traveled to the Fusion conference where he sat down with Bror Saxberg and Jim Shelton of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to hear more about their personalized learning and R&D agenda.

In this episode, listen in to a conversation on adult education with Tom Arnett, Senior Research Fellow at the Christensen Institute. Tom shares trends, tech, entrepreneurship in curriculum and orgs adopting blended learning.

Tom shares what EdLeaders can learn from the retail industry and the shifts it's needed to make given growth in technology and consumer demand.

In this episode, Tom speaks with Andy Calkins, director of Next Generation Learning Challenges to learn more about their new student success framework--MyWays, and their recently released comprehensive resource set to help more communities develop graduate profiles.

It's time to make way for micro-credentials -- the future of professional learning. There is nothing micro about how competency-based credentials have the potential to change the professional learning game on a MACRO-level.


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