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June 29, 2017

'Mass Personalization' Drives Learning Experiment at AltSchool

It's hard and historically expensive to personalize learning. AltSchool's founders think they know how and that an exponential change in learning will follow.

June 27, 2017

Exploring The Power of Networked Improvement Communities

Labeling schools as failing and sending in experts with packaged programs has been ineffective in improving schools. 'Networked Improvement Communities' are a promising alternative.

May 30, 2017

Here's the Peace Prize for the L.A. Charter War

The election of a charter-friendly school board in Los Angeles will not end the Charter School Wars. Civic activists need to promote a larger goal and seize the peace dividend.

April 10, 2017

Calif. Ed Department Reorganizes Into Teams

The California Department of Education is breaking out of its decades-old organizational silos, streamlining its operations and "Teaming Up for Success," write State Superintendent Tom Torlakson and Chief Deputy Glen Price.

April 06, 2017

Carnegie Summit Illustrates Path Toward Equity

"Getting better at getting better," is a catch phrase backed by solid science. Its methods build a better way toward closing achievement gaps.

March 29, 2017

Innovation Zone Sought by Calif. CORE Districts

California's CORE districts want to spread their school improvement knowledge with an 'innovation zone' under the state's accountability plan. Garden Grove USD Superintendent Gabriela Mafi explains.

March 14, 2017

How Adding Another Person to a Conversation Builds Capacity

In this second part of an interview with superintendent Devin Vodička and professor Alan J. Daly, they talk about how the simple act of adding one more person to a conversation can triple the power of a network.

March 13, 2017

How Creating Networks Builds Winning School Districts

The Vista Unified School District won a XQ super school prize. Superintendent Devin Vodička attributes success to deliberately creating relational networks. Here, a conversation with the superintendent and University of California San Diego professor Alan J. Daly.

January 23, 2017

Did Twitter Make Trump the President?

Whether or not Twitter was the cause of the Trump presidency, it has changed politics. New research illustrates its power.

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