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Leveraging the Core Budget to Change America’s Schools

Blended learning requires a fundamental redesign of instructional and organizational models, transforming the core elements of teaching and learning--changing roles, structures, schedules, staffing, and core budgets.

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ASU+GSV: Education Powers The American Dream

About 2000 edupreneurs, investors, and advocates gathered on a warm Phoenix afternoon for the launch of the ASU+GSV Education Innovation Summit (#Edinnovation). Only a few hours old, we have a lot to share from an extraordinary lineup of speakers.

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Competency Based Teacher Preparation Infographic

This infographic, “Competency-Based Teacher Preparation & Professional Development,” outlines how the role of teachers is changing amid broader shifts to personalized, blended and deeper learning.

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Agilix Powers Personalized Learning

Agilix may be the most widely used personalized learning solution that you don’t know about. Perhaps you’ve heard of Brainhoney, an award winning learning management system, you may not know that but the xLi, an extensible infrastructure, that powers widely used platforms like Pearson’s GradPoint, widely used tes...

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Smart Cities: Detroit

Despite the odds, educational opportunity is on the rise. Armen Hratchian, Excellent Schools Detroit, notes that a group of 30 teachers and school leaders from across Michigan’s Education Achievement Authority (EAA), Cornerstone Charter Schools, Detroit Edison Public School Academy (DEPSA), Detroit Public Schools (DP...

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MIND Research Institute

The nonprofit MIND Research Institute is dedicated to solving math education in America. Its uniquely visually-based ST Math instructional software program is helping children across the country dramatically improve their math proficiency and become life-long learners for today’s innovation-driven workplace.

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Why Schools Should Shift Away From Curricula to a Teacher-Centric Approach

By: Jason Lange. Without engaging with their craft, teachers become frustrated, which further exacerbates the issue by driving good teachers out of schools, making it harder for good schools to remain that way for long.

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Celebrate Your Local Charters!

Imagine the surprise when I watched my first sunset last fall from downtown Seattle and not a single charter school was lit up by the alpenglow. In a city driven by technology, large successful corporate companies, and 21st century triple bottom line readiness, why did it feel as though the ingenuity had yet to hit the...

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