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Embracing Paradox Leads to Breakthroughs

The "Eduparadox." How sources of tension can lead to breakthroughs in education.

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10 Reasons Last Week Made Me Optimistic

An amazing week of school visits and conversations with #EdLeaders left me optimistic about how new tools and schools are improving K-12 education and learning opportunities more broadly.

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Good Work: 10 Tips for Enabling Others To Act

Enabling others to act creates aligned action on teams and across cities. Here's 10 tips to get folks on the same page and moving together to make a difference.

17 days ago by

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10 Ways to Get Smarter in 2015

We’re excited about the improved ability for educators to grow and development. Check out 10 ways to learn and extend your impact.

24 days ago by

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Good Work: 5 Strategies for Developing Your Mental Model

Your mental model is a product of knowledge and productive dispositions. You can improve your mental model by reading broadly and deeply, seeking feedback, writing and managing your mindset.

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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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Good Work: Blends, Boards, Bots & Life On Planet Earth

This holiday season, start a grand challenges discussion with young people you care about. Find a way to lighten your footprint, extend access, and promote wellness. As Garrison would say, "Be well and do good work."

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Good Work: Grateful for 5 Signs of Progress

With a month left in 2014, it’s clear we’ve seen progress in student access, EdTech, model schools, districts on the move, and affordable higher ed.

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