With the school year winding down, educators have some time to unwind, refresh, and disconnect. For a lot of us, that means a good book with new ideas and inspiring takeaways. We asked for recommendations from folks around New Classrooms and compiled a list that covers everything from change
Ryan Brusco’s first foray into personalized learning came way back in 2003 as a second-year middle school English teacher. With big plans to develop a robust program that differentiated instruction, Brusco writes in Edutopia that he spent much of the school year “running around like a mad man
From parent engagement and best practices to collaboration and culture-building, here’s a look back at a few highlights from the 2017-2018 school year.
The Importance of Teacher Collaboration
The Taos Middle School team arrives early for their daily planning meetings. It gives them time to
The Drucker Institute announced today that New Classrooms is one of 50 semifinalists for the 2018 Drucker Prize. The semifinalists were culled from over 500 first-round applicants “based on their excellence in demonstrating Peter Drucker’s definition of innovation—change that creates a new dimension of performance,” according to a
This year the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) will start rolling out in districts and schools across the country. Here’s our round-up of white papers, toolkits, blogs, and other resources to help tackle ESSA implementation.
ESSA was passed in late 2015 and gave states greater flexibility—and responsibility—on
May 23, 2018 – Mendota Junior High School (Mendota) will expand its partnership with New Classrooms this fall to ensure each student gets the math support he or she needs. This year, 92 of Mendota’s seventh grade students are receiving customized daily schedules, curriculum and learning experiences through
Last week, New Classrooms held its third annual Geek Out, a gathering of supporters and advocates for personalized learning. The evening event included a dynamic lineup of speakers, and we’re excited to share some of the highlights. Today’s post features remarks from a fifth-grade student in New Jersey
New Classrooms, a nonprofit known for redesigning the middle school math experience, was selected by Epic to be part of its portfolio of high-impact social organizations.
Epic is a global nonprofit startup which provides solutions to make giving the norm. Epic leverages impact and giving
This week, New Classrooms held its third annual Geek Out, a gathering of supporters and advocates for personalized learning. The evening event included a dynamic lineup of speakers, and we’re excited to share some of the highlights. Today’s post features the prepared remarks from Jamaal Bowman, the founding
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