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U.S. Lags Behind in Social Progress

The report concludes that “the top three countries in the world in terms of social progress are New Zealand, Switzerland, and Iceland.”

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EdTech 10: The American Dream

We had a great three days sharing ideas about innovation and learning at the ASU+GSV #Edinnovation Summit in Scottsdale this week.

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ASU+GSV: Education Dreaming

From the discussions in the hall to the intriguing, conversation-starting 50 minute sessions, one common theme is rising to the top: schools are changing and there are models from all over the country that are making education better for students.

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16 Ways to Expand Access to Learning

At panel a the ASU+GSV #Edinnovation Summit explored "How do we get equal access to education." They came up with 16 recommendations.

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On the Lookout for Tech that Goes Beyond the “Meh”

By: Kara Carpenter. As a first time attendee at the ASU+GSV Innovation Summit this year, I’m on the lookout for educational technology that supports great teaching and addresses the needs of struggling students rather than just replicating uninspired methods.

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15 Ways to Keep Creativity in the #EdChat Conversation

Simply put. Creativity keeps me going. There is nothing comparable to witnessing a student present a project that not only represents what he has learned but who he has become.

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Google Apps Summer Camp: Gmail

For those who haven’t, or those who simply want a refresher on some of the more directly applicable features of GAFE, I will be sharing a six-part Google Apps Summer Camp Series of blog posts to coincide with the conclusion of the school year.

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