By: Betheny Gross and Colleen McCann. While visiting schools we've observed that it's best for educators to find outside "thought partners" who can help them think through key decisions and a sound game plan for personalizing student learning.
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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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By: Abel McClennen. Learn more about La Paz Community School: a rural, ecologically and ethnically diverse PreK-12 school in Costa Rica where all cultures, ethnicities and socioeconomic levels are openly embraced and celebrated.
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By: Barbara Chow. Paul Tough’s excellent book “Helping Children Succeed" sparks an important conversation about doing so to scale, a more realistic possibility now that ESSA has restored a degree of agency to state education systems.
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By: Betheny Gross. Supporting both rigor and personalization in the classroom is the key to the successful implementation of personalized learning. Here are how some schools are meeting both of these goals.
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