We hear a lot about the promise of personalized learning. But what does it look like in action? Follow two middle school students through language arts class as they study “I Am Malala”—in two very different ways.
Confused by the high number of students who take remedial courses in college, we wanted to know what they were doing in school in the twelve years prior. To find out, we turned to an unlikely technology: potty-training watches.
In The Opportunity Myth, TNTP partnered with five anonymous school systems across the country to understand how students were experiencing the school day. In a candid interview, Buffalo Public Schools publicly names that they are one of those school systems.
Without great teaching, blended learning isn’t learning at all.
Election Day is almost here and conversations will be taking place in classrooms about how electoral politics work, issues Americans are currently voting on, and more. Here are resources to help teachers make the most out of this teachable moment.
If we truly want to reach students today, it's important that we continue to look for new ways to make learning accessible, fun, and engaging.
Meet students from five classrooms who show what’s possible when kids get the challenging schoolwork they deserve.
In Newark, New Jersey, high school students learn the basics of being historians, successful college students, and thoughtful, productive adults.
In one Boston classroom, a combination of language supports, visuals, and hands-on experiments makes science exciting and accessible for English language learners.
Recently, Duval County Public Schools overhauled their curriculum to ensure all content allows teachers and kids to tackle high standards. We spoke to their superintendent about that process.