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AdvancePath Academics: Positive Environments + Flexible, Blended Learning

Programs like those developed by AdvancePath Academics see the potential in students making challenging life choices and are recognizing that with the proper supports, success in secondary education isn’t an exception, it’s the norm.

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Family, Teacher Comms 101: 4 Simple Ways To Build Better Relationships With Your Child’s Teachers

By Jenna Kleine: As part of our Smart Parents series, Jenna, who works with families and teachers in her role at Class Dojo, writes about ways to streamline the communication between schools and families.

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Why Education Innovation Is The Most Important Thing You Could Pursue

By: Li Jiang. The next important revolution isn’t technological, even as technology marches forward unabated. The revolution we need should be one of education, empathy, and a broader understanding of the world, and of its people and culture.

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Why I Hate Pink: Abandoning Gender Stereotypes

Caroline explores gender stereotypes and parenting. She argues we should ignite passions, teach children to always be learning and help them see the world of choices available.

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The Syllabus We All Should Have Gotten

By: Angela Skinner Orr. What we should have heard on the first day of school: If you don’t want to do it, don’t. Hack your education. You will fail. Use your iPhone in class. Grade yourself. You will fail. Document, document, document. You decide what you learn. Start now.

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Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC)

Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC) accelerates educational innovation through applied technology to dramatically improve college readiness and completion in the United States.

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Helping Students Cope With The Trauma Associated With Poverty

Living in poverty often produces trauma with biological and psychological consequences for children. Student-centered learning and sustained relationships can counter many of the negative effects of poverty.

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How To Raise A Wild Child: The Art And Science Of Falling In Love With Nature

By: Dr. Scott Sampson. In this blog for our Smart Parents series, Dr. Scott brings us top tips for getting students outside to explore nature. From the practical (has your student tried sit spotting?) to the technological (has your student gotten interested in nature photography?) there is something here for everyone. ...

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