Bringing the Four Principles Together

Welcome to the Resources page! Here, you will find high-quality educational materials that have been selected by the Students at the Center team.

Learn more about our vetting process here. Our curation process is ongoing so let us know what we should include.


Coding in the Classroom: Six Tips to Get Even Reluctant Teachers—and Students—Started

Alexandra Diracles, Katarina Pasinsky

This article shares actionable approaches to getting started with coding in the classroom. It identifies why coding is important on… Read More »


21 Tips for Connecting Learners to Their Community

Becs Boyd

This blog explores the importance of place and community-based approaches to learning and offers tips on implementation from the author’s experiences… Read More »


Internships Aren’t All About Careers

Tristen Gamboa

This blog post by Tristen Gamboa, a junior at High Tech High North County presents a student’s view of the internship… Read More »


Ensuring ‘Anytime Anywhere’ Access in a High-Poverty District

Dan Gordon

This transcript of an interview with Deputy Superintendent of Educational Services for the Santa Ana Unified School District, David Haglund,… Read More »


Why a School’s Master Schedule Is a Powerful Enabler of Change

Katrina Schwartz

This KQED MindShift blog article follows the school-wide improvement led by Principal Jerry Smith at Luella High School outside Atlanta,… Read More »


Digital Accessibility Toolkit

Alise Crossland, Tracy Gray, Jillian Reynolds, Devon Wellington & Athena Zhou

This toolkit was produced by the Center on Technology and Disability at American Institutes for Research (AIR), in partnership with… Read More »




This is a resource for educators interested in integrating issues of social and economic justice into their math classes and curriculum.… Read More »


Online Learning Day: 8 Trends Improving Student Options

Tom Vander Ark

This article begins with a brief overview of the types of online learning available in states across the country as… Read More »


Can Students Click Their Way to a Better World?

Chris Berdik

In this article, Chris Berdik, science journalist and author, explores why technology could be the key to better civics education… Read More »


College, Career & Technology Academy Toolkit

Jobs for the Future

This toolkit was designed as a resource for practitioners seeking to prepare off-track, out-of-school youth for postsecondary success. Located in… Read More »

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