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For the past five years my organization, InnovateEd, has supported a network of 30 school districts from across California to develop cultures, build capacity, and create coherent systems. We use a framework for systemic improvement to guide efforts at the district, school, and classroom levels toward creating a coherent system of continuous improvement. My new book, Districts on the Move: Leading a Coherent

Visible Learning

Over the course of ten years, the VISIBLE LEARNING research has played a significant role in providing educators worldwide with a stepping point to examine

What we believe matters. Whether we are talking about our choice of restaurants, the cars we drive, the shoes we wear, or the sports team we cheer for on

In this post, we provide a summary of a recent study that sought to determine which types and levels of feedback are most common in

Teaching Methods

I was sitting in a chair at a salon when a young lady, who looked to be about 13 or 14, walked in inquiring about

You may have seen the phrase “unapologetically me” across social media recently-these viral buzz words refer to a bold characteristic that is celebrated for being

The following is an excerpt from “It’s a Gift: Disposed to Learn” by Ruth Crick. To download the full white paper and others in the