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Laura Cassidy: The Key To Education Success Through Covid? School Autonomy
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Jan 14, 10:14 AM: There are things that leaders and educators can do when they have the flexibility and freedom to serve students. The lack of such autonomy in traditional public education is at the root of why hundreds of thousands of children have >
Allan Sherer: Why We Can’t Wait For The System To Repair Itself
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Jan 13, 9:59 AM: We believe in less than 20 years we will see clearly that the community-driven response to Covid ignited a wave of education reform that broke the monopoly of a bloated and outdated bureaucracy and dramatically advanced education >
The Next Wave Of State Innovation: Reimagining Learning In Response To Covid-19
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Jan 12, 9:54 AM: The work taking place in Utah, Nevada and New Hampshire is groundbreaking because leaders are expanding beyond the traditional model and inventing new approaches to instruction. These states are overturning some of the defining >
Nonprofit offers $5 million in grant money for Chicago families harmed by CTU walkout
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Jan 10, 10:06 AM: A nonprofit is dedicating $5 million in rescue funds to create more opportunities for students shut out of classrooms while negotiations between Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools drag on.
The STOP Award Rescue Grants
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Jan 7, 9:32 AM:

This $5 million Rescue Fund has been created by STOP Award founder Janine Yass in partnership with the Center for Education Reform to assist schools or programs that can immediately start or expand existing schools for students. >

New Montana tax credits for public-school donations gone in six minutes
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Jan 5, 7:07 AM: But the bill also grants credits for those who give money to public schools for “innovative educational programs” – and, on Monday, 23 donors and the benefitting public schools took only five minutes and 35 seconds to sign up for >
Column: Geometry before algebra? Schools will try more new angles in 2022.
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Jan 3, 10:25 AM: The pandemic gives schools an urgency to address learning loss — and room to experiment
As Colorado schools reopened, many agreed that education should not return to normal.
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Jan 3, 7:47 AM: "Being small and flexible, co-creating authentic learning experiences with our families and actually learning in the community feels like the antidote to some very outdated practices in education,” Gamba said. “We need to do school >
Commentary: Five Education Resolutions for the New Year
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Dec 30, 9:28 AM: Given these challenges and the rising importance of education as a pathway to economic and social possibility, we have made the case in recent months that this is a crucial moment in our national education journey – one where we >
Commentary: COVID’s impact on education in 2021 & beyond
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Dec 30, 9:27 AM: Beyond parental engagement, another significant benefit rendered by COVID has been a renewed commitment to expanding the options for how and what education is delivered.
New program to help Black students sees success
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Dec 28, 9:16 AM: An initiative in Owensboro to connect Black students with industry mentors, their peers and school faculty had a successful first run, officials said.
A dozen Nashville teachers will try to tackle some of Metro Schools’ biggest challenges
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Dec 28, 9:13 AM: The Nashville Public Education Foundation has selected 12 Metro Nashville teachers to participate it the inaugural Teacherpreneur cohort.
Commentary: Upcoming innovations promise major change for schools across state
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Dec 28, 8:22 AM: This summer, Scaling Student Success, a California partnership dedicated to educating the whole child, will launch the “Reimagining CA Schools Innovation Pilot.” It will model for the state a system of education designed to be >
Flexible learning environments giving students more ownership, choice in their education
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Dec 28, 7:35 AM: Even before the pandemic, schools districts were looking at ways to reexamine their traditional “desk in row” classrooms that kept students from collaborating or picking their own way to learn best.
Make the Charlestown Innovation and Inclusive High School proposal the proving ground for students
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Dec 22, 9:51 AM: Our vision is about demonstrating that it is possible to support every student. It is about setting aside the false choice between success in an exam school and failure in an open-enrollment school.
“It’s just been so exciting and exhilarating”: Discovery Center reacts to winning
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Dec 20, 10:50 AM: As the recipient of the STOP Award, the Discovery Center has some big ideas for how it’s going to use the money.
Opinion: Make the Charlestown Innovation and Inclusive High School proposal the proving ground for s
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Dec 20, 6:44 AM: Our vision is about demonstrating that it is possible to support every student. It is about setting aside the false choice between success in an exam school and failure in an open-enrollment school.
Opinion: N.C. public schools offer families more choices than ever
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Dec 20, 6:42 AM: Students across our state are thriving through opportunities within our public schools, like the dual language immersion programs featured the on latest Education Matters show at the Gregory International School in Wilmington and >
How Schools Can Better Serve Hispanic And Latino Students
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Dec 17, 10:15 AM: With Hispanics and Latinos representing not only more students than ever before, but more voters than ever before too, policymakers need to ensure that our schools and school systems are meeting the needs of this rapidly growing >
Discovery Center of Springfield wins $1 million prize to ‘transform education’
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Dec 16, 10:30 AM: Kids like Paisley Dunbar got hands-on experience in STEM education in Discovery School at the Center this past year. The Discovery Center is providing a variety of educational programs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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