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Learning

Is it too soon to flip your classroom?

By: Nick Friedman. Number of U.S. teachers who flipped at least one lesson in their classroom rose from 48 percent in 2012 to 78 percent in 2014. So does that mean that 2015 will be the Year of the Flipped Classroom? Not so fast.

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I Received This Email from My Son’s Principal

By: Jason Stirman. How an email from my son's principal sparked thinking, a response, and confirmed my belief that "letting my kids stay young as long as they can" is not a parenting goal of mine.

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Leadership

It’s Time to Celebrate National School Choice Week

Next week the nation celebrates National School Choice Week 2015. With over 11,000 events happening around the country, how are you going to get involved?

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Leadership

Stopping the Bus: The Power of Not Moving On

By: Andrew Malone. "Stopping the bus" is one of the most powerful ways to let your constituencies know what you really do and do not value, what you really will and will not tolerate.

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Preparing for New Jobs: Two Next Gen Career Centers

Carl Wunsche High School in Texas and Blue Valley Center for Advanced Professional Studies in Kansas, two next gen schools redefining the career center.

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Literacy Design Collaborative

Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) is a national community of educators providing a teacher-designed and research-proven framework, online tools, and resources for creating literacy-rich assignments and courses across content areas.

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EdTech

How Superintendents Can Implement Broadband Upgrade Projects

By: Evan Marwell. 'Network Essentials for Superintendents' is a new and FREE guide for EdLeaders on how to kick-off and lead successful broadband and network upgrades.

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Learning

The Quest for an AA Degree in High School

Early college students have the opportunity to earn college credit, up to a full associate degree with their high school diploma. The innovative opportunity is working at Quest Early College-- last year over 70% of graduates left with a diploma from Lone Star College as well as Quest.

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