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Why Career Exploration Must Be a K–12 Priority and One Way to Make It Happen

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By: Mark C. Perna. Many K-12 students aren't exposed to the world of work until their last two years of high school. Here's one way to change that—and ensure career exploration is not just an add-on experience.

Build Support, Innovate, Repeat: Agile Public Education in Colorado

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By: Tom Vander Ark. With thoughtful sustained leadership, big school districts can earn community trust, establish and maintain rigorous academic standards, and become agile—even innovative. This is one district's story.

Project-Based Learning in Lights, Camera, Action

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By: Paul F. Brown. How well does filmmaking in the classroom conform to the Framework of High Quality Project Based Learning? A semester in review.

Why Schools Need Signature Learning Experiences

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Signature experiences and signature building blocks can promote model efficacy, prioritize important outcomes for students and serve to differentiate schools and networks.

Build Skills for 2030 Now With These Ideas

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By: Rachelle Dene Poth. It is vital to stay informed of emerging trends. These future of learning ideas can help you stay informed and build the skills needed in 2030.

Permission to Feel: The Link Between Emotional Intelligence and Academic Success

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Skills and experiences are a big part in how students develop success, but one area that we may have traditionally ignored is that of emotional intelligence.

Podcast: Benno Schmidt on Leading Yale, Fixing CUNY, & Launching the Whittle School

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Today our podcast is with Benno Schmidt. Benno served as President of Yale University, the Dean of Columbia University Law School, and the CEO and Chairman of Edison Schools (now EdisonLearning) and now is the Co-Chair of the Global Advisory Board at Whittle School and Studios.

Demonstrating and Assessing Mastery, and Managing Mastery Learning Data

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By Scott Ellis. With learning objectives that are specific, clear and demonstrable and with mastery thresholds that are clearly defined, determining approaches for students to demonstrate mastery is a relatively straightforward two-step process.

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