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A New Direction for El Paso Schools

Juan Cabrera has been teacher, a school district lawyer, entrepreneur, and high tech executive, and now he’s the superintendent of El Paso schools.

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Combine Curiosity, Kinesiology, & Causes in ‘14

Moving toward work you love means getting in touch with what, how, and why--what you are drawn to, how you like to spend your time, and the causes that move you to action.

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The Rise of The Edupreneur

Being an edupreneur means creating a new capacity. It could be a new tool or a new school, a new way to learn or a new way to share. Some teach, some lead, some fix, edupreneurs start something new. Impact is my second criteria is impact: measurable benefit for students and teachers. That implies a scalable and sustain...

7 months ago by

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How I Learn

The way we learn has changed from 30 years ago with the use of technology and resources at our fingertips. Tom outlines several new ways he and others are learning today.

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Good Work: Inhabited By a Question

For 35 years, Roger Weissberg has been inhabited by a question: How do schools, parents, and communities come together to promote positive behavioral outcomes in young people? CASEL launched the Collaborating Districts Initiative aimed at supporting district-wide SEL efforts in Anchorage, Austin, Chicago, Cleveland, N...

10 months ago by

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Foundation for Excellence in Education

The Foundation for Excellence in Education is igniting a movement of reform, state by state, to transform education for the 21st century economy. Excellence in Action, the organization’s flagship initiative, is working with lawmakers and policymakers to advance education reform across America.

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Good Work: Iterating & Innovating At Scale

Four leaders had, by eight years ago, achieved a career crowning accomplishment of running a great school. None were satisfied. Each saw more opportunity to help boost youth success. They viewed blended learning as an chance to innovate and iterate. Unlike superficial Tinkering Toward Utopia, these leaders are engineer...

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Future Superintendents Get Lesson in Leadership

“Everything is more flexible, if I want to learn something, I Google it,” said a school district administrator, “everyone is more independent and less dependant on traditional structures.”

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