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Reflection Tool For 21st Century Learning

Supporting college and career readiness by fostering soft skills—sometimes called essential skills, is an important area of student-centered work. Working… Read More »

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Building Community in 140 Characters or Less

Over the past decade, social media has become news anchor, matchmaker, and replaced the water cooler as our gathering area.… Read More »

  Chiara Wegener, External Affairs Manager for the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, shares tips and tricks for fostering youth engagement… Read More »

This listicle is a part of our growing efforts to increase youth voice on the Hub. Stay tuned for more student-centered… Read More »

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#21stedchat with Charles Willis

Charles Willis, a teacher at Revere High School, is going to be hosting a twitterchat (#21stedchat) on 10/25 from 8-9p… Read More »

What would schools look like if they were designed around the needs of students? That’s the question that drives the… Read More »

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Seeing is Believing: Promising Practices for How School Districts Promote Family Engagement

This report explores the role of districts in promoting family involvement. The report looked at six districts that are working to… Read More »

This guide outlines how student involvement can be truly meaningful. SoundOut believes by engaging students as education planners, researchers, teachers,… Read More »

This short guide, compiled by What Kids Can Do researchers, features advice on how teachers can listen to students to… Read More »

This article examines what current youth as researchers projects really look like. It describes the findings from focus groups and… Read More »

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