New Tech Network, KnowledgeWorks to present at NSBA Annual Conference

New Tech Network and KnowledgeWorks will present at the National School Board Association Annual Conference beginning this weekend in New Orleans. The National School Board Association (NSBA) “supports the capacity of each school board, acting on behalf of and in Continue reading

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Transforming Education – Locally and Nationally

Judy Peppler, President and CEO of KnowledgeWorks; Harold Brown, President of EDWorks Partners; and, Greg Landsman, Executive Director of The Strive Partnership were guests on the WVXU Cincinnati Edition radio show to talk about the Cincinnati Preschool Promise and how KnowledgeWorks and its subsidiaries are working to transform education locally and nationally. Continue reading

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New Tech Network and Higher Order Thinking Skills

New Tech Network, a subsidiary of KnowledgeWorks, recently released data from College and Work Readiness Assessment (CWRA) demonstrating high school students from New Tech schools outperformed some college freshman on key indicators of higher order thinking skills. The 2013 academic indicators show significant student growth from freshman to senior years. Continue reading

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Education innovation looks a lot like Manor, others

It is remarkable what a little money and encouragement can do. Before Samsung, that school district was broker than a third-tier country singer with laryngitis. Its achievement measures were in the dumper. This project has paid off big time. Continue reading

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Manor New Tech

President Obama will visit Manor New Tech, a school in the New Tech network, as part of his “Middle Class Jobs and Opportunity” tour (read our press release about the visit here). As the parent organization of New Tech Network, KnowledgeWorks is a proud participant in supporting schools creating sustainable improvement in student readiness for college and careers. Continue reading

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