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Read about using shared data to promote program improvement.
About a year ago, I started taking improv classes at a local Austin theater. Most of what I perform is bad.
On April 25, Deans for Impact convened a panel to talk about our latest publication, Practice with Purpose. Watch the full panel here.
A few years ago, I spent of the better part of a school year sitting in the back of classrooms in 20 different high schools.
My introduction to Deans for Impact was through The Science of Learning, a publication that summarizes how humans learn. I was fascinated by the cognitive principles included in the publication
Painting the ESSA Canvas is full of thoughtful, innovative ideas that states can use to improve educator quality – we encourage you to check it out.
Ben Riley and Kate Walsh debate educational innovation on the SXSWedu stage.
Most teaching is local: most teachers choose to teach near where they grew up. Given that, what are the implications for teacher preparation?
A review of Lucy Crehan’s new book Cleverlands, a tour of five of the world’s highest performing education systems.
Last month, Deans for Impact released Practice with Purpose: The Emerging Science of Teacher Expertise, our second programmatic publication. Our…