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.


Our new paper with Buck Institute of Education, 'Preparing Students for a Project-Based World,' discusses the need to provide today's students access to high-quality project-based learning for future success.


The majority of graduation requirements in today's schools have looked similar for over a century. It's time to rethink what today's graduates should know and be able to do, as well as the teaching approach.


With rapid changes in technology over the next decade, it might turn out that the patterns of disruption that have created a project-based world might also redefine what we mean by "project."


An illustrative list of 20 U.S. schools implementing Place-Based Education by taking advantage of local geography to create authentic, meaningful and engaging personalized learning for students.


CK-12, an open resource nonprofit launched in 2007 by Neeru Khosla, continues to innovative with new simulations and interactives released just in time for the new school year.


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