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Dallas to play host to Strive Cradle to Career Convening

Collective Impact movement takes center stage in Texas, Strive's Edmondson, Dallas Mayor Rawlings to speak during convening

South Carolina prepares to open its first two New Tech Network Schools

The KnowledgeWorks subsidiary uses project-based learning and will implement its STEM approach at Scott’s Branch High and Cougar New Tech

KnowledgeWorks releases infographic supplement to Forecast 3.0, depicts snapshot of rapid changes in education

‘Glimpse into the Future of Learning’ explores emerging possibilities to support learners

KnowledgeWorks names veteran education, business leader Judith A. Peppler as President and Chief Executive Officer

Former Wake County, NC schools executive and Broad Fellow has been involved in promoting STEM education, cradle-to-career initiatives, business partnerships

New KnowledgeWorks Policy Brief: Federal Innovation Competitions spur growth of competency education

Second in a series of reports uncovers significant demand among Race to the Top Investing in Education Fund, and Race to the Top – District for competency-based models

KnowledgeWorks’ Katherine Prince to present Forecast 3.0 to education practitioners in Columbus Monday

More than 450 are registered for the Ohio Best Practices SIG Conference at the Hyatt Regency downtown

President Obama’s Visit to New Tech Network High School Will Showcase STEM and Workforce Development

Manor New Technology High School is part of KnowledgeWorks’ New Tech Network subsidiary, whose approach to learning is helping to prepare students for college and careers

KnowledgeWorks new policy report calls on federal policymakers to support competency education

Current federal assessment and accountability systems impede competency-based approaches to learning

KnowledgeWorks’ New Report Outlines 10 Essential Elements for High School Race to the Top

Report represents a new vision for learning, including examples of emerging best practice and policy recommendations to guide development of a national high school competition

KnowledgeWorks subsidiary head tells MSNBC host data can be used as tool to improve education in the U.S.

Strive’s Jeff Edmondson says community must be intentional about using resources to help students, educators

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