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How To Prep For (and Rock) SXSWedu

By: Eric Nentrup. Headed to SXSWedu? Here's what you need to do before you land in Austin to prep for and rock SXSWedu 2015.

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Update: Leadership for Equity in Washington State

By: Jeff Petty. A new module called 'Equity by Design' in UW’s Danforth Educational Leadership Program is aiming replace the current canon of misguided accountability with leadership that listens to, learns from, and positively transforms the experience of students.

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Beyond the LMS: What Next-Gen Learning Platforms Should Do

It’s harder than it should be to create an effective sequence of learning experiences in K-12 but that isn't stopping leaders like Valerie Truesdale from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools launched a personalized learning initiatives.

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Calling All Principals & EdLeaders!

Announcing our latest project with Hewlett Foundation, 'Preparing Leaders for Deeper Learning' to address how leadership preparation and development must evolve to better equip leaders to create and support Deeper Learning environments.

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Living Your Future Is An Authentic Process

By: Elliot Washor. How a trip to Nashville Big Picture reinforced how powerful GenDIY can be if they have schools that entwine community and family around the student learning experience.

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Innovation & Improvement Takes a Sustained Push

We have a great chance to boost achievement and completion rates but it takes sustained leadership. There has been uptick in talented and committed state and district leaders being fired or leaving under duress.

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Ready For Scale? Host A City Competition

If your school or program has had some success in one or two cities and you're benefiting from (rather than fighting) trends, it may be time to consider a city competition. Rather than writing more proposals, wouldn't it be great to have other people sending you proposals?

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