A layer of inspiration, incubation, and intermediation between schools and EdTech entrepreneurs is what will expand access to innovative learning environments and created aggregated demand for investment and new tools--and fuel the learning revolution.
13 hours ago by Tom Vander Ark
Increasing the talent pool, collaboratively working together to refine best practices, supporting teachers in the classroom and improving retention will make a significant difference in the quality of all teacher preparation programs, and as a result the achievement of our students.
yesterday by Guest Author
In our work across the country, we've recognized a strong need from teachers and leaders for information to inform how they can implement personalized, digital learning. Professional development is a key factor in boosting the likelihood of implementation success. We talked to two leaders on the front lines of Professi...
3 days ago by Carri Schneider
By Christina Jean & Lisa Duty. The new Community Collaboration for School Innovation toolkit developed by The Colorado Department of Education, The Colorado Education Initiative, and The Learning Accelerator outlines the shift from traditional community engagement to active community collaboration in four stages.
5 days ago by Guest Author
In Linda Buchner's new podcast, she talks to Tom Vander Ark about Smart Cities, Smart Parents, and GenDIY, three thought leadership campaigns attempting to illuminate the path forward.
7 days ago by Getting Smart Staff
As the world’s leading learning company, we’re focused on helping people of all ages make progress in their lives through learning. We provide online and blended learning and the technology to deliver them, and strive to create offerings that make learning more personal, affordable, and effective.
Executive Producer Ted Dintersmith embarks on the second half of his 50 State Tour with Most Likely to Succeed with stops in the Northeast and Northwest meeting with Governors, Superintendents, parents, students and schools.
9 days ago by Katie Vander Ark
When Maurice (“Mo”) Green became superintendent of NC’s Guilford County Schools, one of the first things he did was to embark on a listening tour. He heard the same message over and over again: Focus more on parent engagement.
14 days ago by Guest Author