Summer Learning Academy


The Summer Learning Academy features 3 weeks of online learning support for K-12 educators. The course is designed to prepare educators for the fall whether they are teaching online or in a blended setting. The academy experience will be delivered in a flexible format with 4 self-paced micro-courses, over 12 webinars and access to an… Read More ›

Learning Revolution/Reinventing Schools Weekly Series


This is a hub for daily online presentations, conferences, and events for educators. A set of time-zone-based calendars list all available sessions as they are scheduled on a rolling basis. The sessions will also be recorded and available to watch for free. The call for proposals is continually open. Presentation acceptances will be made on… Read More ›

Education Reimagined Young Filmmakers Challenge


Education Reimagined invites young people to participate in the Young Filmmakers Challenge by producing a short film based on the theme: What if “school” as we know it didn’t exist? This challenge encourages students to explore what a completely learner-centered education would look like for them. This nationwide challenge is open to anyone 18 and… Read More ›

The Springfield Renaissance School- Becoming a Truly Integrated School

The Springfield Renaissance School, an EL Education Mentor School, was founded in 2006. Renaissance is an urban, gr. 6-12 college bound school serving 700 students. In this Site Seminar, participants and members of the Renaissance community engage together in an exploration of their guiding question: How do we create a truly integrated school: one that… Read More ›

Student Podcast Challenge

In their first student podcast competition, National Public Radio invites students around the country to create a podcast. Students should put together a podcast with your class or extracurricular group and submit it with help from a teacher. Each podcast should be between three and 12 minutes long. The winning podcast submissions will be featured in segments on Morning Edition and All Things… Read More ›

Deeper Learning 2017

DL2017 is the 5th annual gathering of powerful educators focused on creating more opportunities for students to learn deeply. Learn More Here. Why attend Deeper Learning 2017? You are an educator who cares deeply about preparing students for college and the careers of tomorrow. You want students thinking critically, collaborating, doing and making. You want… Read More ›

Digital Learning Day

Created by the Alliance for Excellent Education in 2012, Digital Learning Day or DLDay is a nationwide celebration that highlights great teaching and demonstrates how technology can improve student outcomes. States, districts, schools, and classrooms across the United States and around the world are encouraged to hold their own events and activities to celebrate Digital… Read More ›

Pay for Success CTE Competition RFP

Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Social Finance and Jobs for the Future (JFF) are hosting the first Pay for Success competition in K-12 education to provide technical support to develop and expand career and technical education (CTE) programs for underserved, high-need youth. Pay for Success is a contracting model that drives government resources… Read More ›

Boston STEM Week

Boston STEM Week is an innovative, hands-on STEM learning experience that will be run in Boston middle schools during the week of October 3 – 7, 2016. During this week, classrooms will be transformed into learning labs where regularly scheduled classes will be replaced by hands-on STEM curriculum developed by MIT and a number of… Read More ›

National Online Learning Day

National Online Learning Day showcases how students of all ages are thriving with the ability to learn online—anywhere, anytime. It seeks to cultivate awareness of, and support for, this ever-growing community of learners and to celebrate the future of online education—wherever technology and our imaginations take us! Join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag… Read More ›

Better Math Teaching Network

The Nellie Mae Education Foundation has partnered with the American Institutes for Research to create the Better Math Teaching Network for Algebra I teachers in New England. The NIC (Networked Improvement Community) will work together with researchers and practitioners to use tested best practices to continually improve their craft around teaching student-centered math. They are… Read More ›

Youth Leadership Institute Facilitator Fellowship

The Annenberg Institute for School Reform & the Nellie Mae Education Foundation are welcoming applicants for the 2016 Youth Leadership Institute’s Youth Facilitator Fellowship. This (paid) opportunity is for individuals interested in promoting equity, youth voice and student-centered learning in their schools and communities. Facilitators will participate in a YLI Facilitator Fellowship experience that will both support… Read More ›