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Inspiration, Incubation, Intermediation: Keys to Smart Cities

The layer of inspiration, incubation and intermediation between schools and EdTech entrepreneurs is what will expand access to innovative learning environments and fuel the learning revolution.

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Closing the Opportunity Gap at Cross County High School

When district leaders in Arkansas' Cross County District realized their students were enrolling in postsecondary opportunities at a rate far lower than the average, they built this award-winning program that is helping close the opportunity gap for their students.

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Four Ways Students Learn from School Gardens

By: Liz Wimmer. I recently discovered that students actually eat more vegetables at school if they help grow them in the school garden, and that school gardens are powerful places that deepen student learning in these four ways.

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Homeschool Partnerships: Changing an Educational Landscape

By: Marsha Myles. An amazing movement is happening in Michigan that is changing its educational landscape: Homeschool Partnerships, which are having a tremendous impact and influence in our state.

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Where Friday Night Lights Meets Project-Based Learning

By: Grant Ryerse. Participating in a fundraising project for cancer research at my school helps me positively impact my community and myself through project-based learning.

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Buck Institute for Education (BIE)

The nonprofit Buck Institute for Education (BIE) is the world's leading provider of K-12 resources and professional development for Project Based Learning (PBL). BIE believes all students can and should benefit from this transformational teaching method.

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Five Tips for Testing the Place-Based Education Waters

By: Jennifer Pieratt. The open-endedness of planning Place-Based Education can quickly go from exhilarating to overwhelming, so here are five tips to help teachers just dip their toe in the deeper learning pool.

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Can Vision Planning Ward Off the Politics of Education?

I have been involved with the “Vision Committee” in my district for almost a year now, and this committee has served as an excellent template for creating meaning for its members, instead of just more work.

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