A chat with Virginia Edwards, Education Week's chief editor and president of Editorial Products in Education (EPE), about what she has witnessed in education transformation over the three decade span of her career.
Here are two examples of how New Tech Network schools often engage in project-based and place-based learning experiences that leverage partnerships and community assets for authentic and meaningful student learning.
We have set out on a journey with Nate McClennen and Teton Science Schools to learn more about Place-Based Education: what it is, why it works and who is doing it.
In their new book, Platform Revolution, authors Geoffrey Parker, Marshall Van Alstyne and Sangeet Choudary explore how digital platforms are transforming our lives-especially in EdTech.
A new paper from education leaders outlines nine strategies for system level innovations to help spark change in education systems trapped by tradition and paralyzed by layers of policy.
Dual language programs will not only improve academic outcomes for both ELLs and English speakers, but can also help them obtain a competitive advantage in the growing global marketplace.
Victoria Bergsagel, president of Architects of Achievement, has helped envision successful programs and inspiring spaces for hundreds of schools. Here are ten suggestions she offers for opening stellar schools.
As part of our series on opening great schools, here is advice from education experts who have opened many new schools on what to include on the final pre-opening checklist.
We surveyed 20 experts and education leaders about the important aspects of new school development, and here are 10 leadership lessons they shared for successful new school development.
The national Redefining Ready! campaign was launched by the AASA to more fully communicate readiness for college, careers and life. Here is a recap of what was learned.