While more than 90 percent of parents take advantage of free public education, they and other citizens pay for it through income and property tax (and, for college, lots of student loan debt). It is time to develop better and cheaper learning options.


Innovations in learning are creating more of a good thing and supporting great learning environments for students and teachers.


Badges are a visual representation of demonstrated knowledge, they provide an efficient way for employer groups to signal requirements for job clusters and a way for learners to accumulate and share a growing portfolio of skills.


This shift to personal digital learning is inevitable; nearly all of our kids already live in the personal digital future. Combining organizational design, technology integration, and large-scale change management is challenging and complex, but it can be done.


New tools and schools are transforming special education, here are 12 things Florida special education directors are excited about.


There are seven ways state policy can promote and accelerate the shift to next-generation competency based learning and improve outcomes.


We've been studying middle grade math blends and with the help of guest authors and partners we've observed 10 lessons.


Schools can promote deeper learning, engage students and transform school culture with the 4 P's of next gen learning: posting, presenting, publishing, and portfolio.


Under the most challenging circumstances in the country, the EAA has created better learning options for Detroit students.


Most schools have no way to combine the assessment information from multiple sources in ways that are useful for driving instructional improvement or managing student progress. While this seems to be an easy problem to solve, there appear to be four significant problems.


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