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KnowledgeWorks, Education Elements Present at SXSWedu on Blending Classrooms and Communities

03.04.2013
2013 SXSWedu Conference will focus on innovative, promising practices and tools for improving learning

KnowledgeWorks Senior Director of Innovation Lisa Duty to speak to Ohio Federation of Teachers about educator effectiveness in the digital age

02.21.2013
2013 Ohio Federation of Teachers Convention will feature a panel focusing on educator effectiveness, other important issues key to organization’s direction

KnowledgeWorks Innovation Director addresses Texas Legislature

02.12.2013
KnowledgeWorks Senior Director of Innovation Lisa Duty discusses Texas Legislature about student-centric online and blended learning policies

Digital Learning Day: KnowledgeWorks celebrates next-generation innovation in nation’s classrooms

02.05.2013
Partnership with Alliance for Excellent Education focuses on successes in digital and blended learning developments

KnowledgeWorks names Tim Tuff to serve as Interim CEO

12.06.2012
Brian Ross will move to a consulting role

Reynoldsburg City School District among one of 61 finalists for federal Race to the Top-District funding

12.04.2012
Three KnowledgeWorks initiatives were part of the submission, chosen from 372 applications representing more than 1100 school districts

KnowledgeWorks calls on Education Department to scale innovative, evidence-based approaches to K-12 ed reform

11.26.2012
Memo to Secretary Duncan includes adoption of competency-based education, collective impact initiatives

KnowledgeWorks CEO Brian Ross to speak at Ohio Grantmaker Forum philanthropy conference Nov. 14

11.12.2012
Philanthropy Forward conference in Cleveland highlights best practices, trends in Ohio philanthropy.

Groundbreaking Ohio Student Mobility Research Project finds correlation between student movement and lower test scores

11.08.2012
KnowledgeWorks partially sponsored study shows more than one-quarter million Ohio students switched schools in two consecutive school years. Mobility linked to lower test scores for urban students.

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