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Ubique Academy: A School That’s Everywhere, for Everyone

What if school extended beyond the walls of a traditional building to draw upon community-wide resources in enabling personalized learning pathways?

This artifact from the future...

The Future of Learning in the Pittsburgh Region

How might one community shape the future of learning in the face of exponential change?

Already a leader in incenting ecosystem-wide innovation to help engage students in the digital age...

KnowledgeWorks Early College High School Infographic

KnowledgeWorks has been partnering with early college high schools for more than ten years. In that span of time, we have helped more than 180,00 students and 50,000 teachers achieve greater...

Recommendations for Advancing Personalized Learning Under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

The December 2015 enactment of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) marks an important turning point in federal education policy. After fifteen years of a strong federal presence under the No...

New Opportunities to Advance Personalized Learning in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

With the new Every Student Success Act (ESSA), all eyes are searching the federal K-12 education law for opportunities to advance education reform. While there are good and concerning provisions...

Case Study: Early College is for Anybody in Akron, Ohio

Recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School in 2013 and named a School of Promise four years in a row, more than 90 percent of Akron Early College High School students in Akron, Ohio are...

Case Study: Timken Early College High School Offers a Way Up, Not a Way Out

In 2005, only 12.5 percent of adults in Canton, Ohio, had a bachelor’s degree or higher. By 2015, 67 percent of Timken Early College High School’s seniors graduated with not one but two...

The Education Playbook

During a presidential election year, there couldn't be a better time to talk about and imagine a new vision for learning in the U.S. But in the first eight debates, more than 175,000 words were...

The Future of Learning: Education in the Era of Partners in Code

We are rapidly entering a new era in which our economy, our institutions, and our societal structures –indeed, the very bedrock of our lives – are shifting at an accelerating pace. This new era...

Achieving the New Normal: A Discussion of Strategies to Realize the Goal of “College for All”

Momentum is building for what economists Claudia Goldin and Lawrence Katz have named the “third great educational transformation”i in the United States–a “new normal” that makes completion of...

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