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What can educators learn from Google’s innovative approach to artificial intelligence? owl.li/Buw7308hhKL… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
"We need to bring the same energy to nurturing new ideas that we currently bring to resisting them”… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
Grit Growth Mindset Flipped Classrooms Noncognitive Skills Whole Child... Which ed concepts are here to stay? theatlantic.com/education/arch…
Students with learning disabilities offer educators and parents invaluable opportunities to grow. #MondayMotivation… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
Skepticism is healthy, but resisting innovation in education won’t help us create a public-school system that sets up all students for success.
A mom shares advice on what teachers can do to make navigating special education easier for parents.
The Common Core provides an essential opportunity for kids in military families to receive a quality education. A former military brat tells us why.
Three students from across the country reflect on what’s working in their schools—and what they’d like to see change in 2017.
A media literacy teacher shares advice on how to stay informed in the era of “fake news."
A former teacher reflects on a crucial component missing in his classroom.
The needs of teachers, students, and families did not take a pause after the election.
Empowering students to lead parent conferences builds understanding and a strong school community.
Applications for the 2017 Fishman Prize are now open.
How one teacher created a classroom community that helps students succeed and grow emotionally.
Resources for teachers to turn the lead up to Election Day into teachable moments.
Creating a district-led pipeline for leadership talent in San Francisco.
What happens when you grant Beyoncé the same critical respect in class as F. Scott Fitzgerald?
Mispronouncing student names can have a lasting impact on kids.
Giving a voice to students toppled one teacher's kingdom and created a nurturing village.
How can districts identify what professional development works?
How can students, teachers, and communities collaborate to help all kids meet their aspirations?
Anybody can learn the “science” part of teaching, but what about the heart part?
New Mexico shifted from a culture of low expectations to believing in the success of every student.