Sage advice from the Lean Startup's Eric Ries on how to make 'gatekeepers' a source of power and speed.
Success Academy is best known for its sky-high test scores. Supporters credit stellar teaching and high expectations. But, according to the team over at Chalkbeat, there's another crucial secret to the network's success---it's school-based operations teams.
Personalized learning is the latest trend to catch the eye of tech moguls. But does it work? Hear what Mother Jones magazine has to see.
From Bellwether Education Partners, practical recommendations for a school bus system that can better serve today's students and families.
Is the portfolio model working? According to Chalkbeat, it's complicated. But charter schools are a bright spot. And school closures can help if there are better options.
Uplift Education's procurement director details steps towards a more centralized and transparent purchasing operation.
Ednovate's valedictorian is going to Cornell. "I'm very proud of my daughter," says her mom. So are we.
ERS updates its "Budget Hold 'Em" game to drive improvements in learning. In other news, we're about to turn on some KENNY RODGERS
In 1989, college senior Wendy Kopp was trying to figure out how to improve American public schools. For her senior thesis, she proposed creating a national teaching corps that would recruit recent college grads to teach in underserved schools. One year later, she launched the nonprofit, Teach for America. Here the story as told to NPR's Guy Raz.
"Do you think you're lucky?" and other interview gems from First Round Capital to maximize your hiring process and help you identify the highest performers.