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America Succeeds exists to elevate and expand America’s business voice for the dramatic and continuous improvement of public education. We are the nation’s leading force for mobilizing the business sector to improve schools. The business community has the obligation, opportunity, and capacity to transform the public education system.


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Why jobs of the future won't feel like work

WHAT DOES THE AGE OF AGILITY LOOK LIKE? It depends on how you approach it. David Lee has great advice on making your future job feel more like your passions and hobbies.

We've all heard that robots are going to take our jobs -- but what can we do about it? Innovation expert David Lee says that we should start designing jobs that unlock our hidden talents and passions ... See more

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2 days ago
America's anachronistic education system | The Thomas B. Fordham Institute

In an opinion piece for Thomas B. Fordham Institute, our very own Jason Gaulden writes: "More than at any time in recent history, it’s impossible to know what future employment will look like, in ... See more

By Jason Gaulden

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3 weeks ago
Analysis: Education Is Falling Behind in Race Against Robots. Here’s What U.S. Schools Can Do About It

RACE AGAINST ROBOTS: Check out this piece by Tim Taylor in The 74 analyzing how students in our current education are falling behind as robotics and artificial intelligence is constantly getting ... See more

The growth of automation and the increasing sophistication of artificial intelligence in the workplace are starting to create an upheaval so profound that some people are calling it the fourth ... See more

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1 month ago
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Opening Night at EDventure 2017: What an energizing evening! Remarks by Jamie Scott where pitch perfect - the reason we come to Boise every year for this summit. The panel discussion with the leaders ... See more

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1 month ago
The Leverage and Limits of School Data

Unfortunately, there is a gap between availability of school data and its actual usefulness to everyday parents. Check out this piece by Andrew Rotherham and Bonnie O'Keefe of Bellwether Education ... See more

In this opinion piece, published in The 74, Andy Rotherham and Bonnie O’Keefe examine the gap between availability of school data and its actual usefulness to everyday parents. They make the …

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1 month ago
Don’t Complain About Charter Schools, Compete With Them - Education Next

DON’T COMPLAIN ABOUT CHARTER SCHOOLS, COMPETE WITH THEM: This piece by Arun Ramanathan, published in EducationNext, is a very compelling case for the necessity and benefit of healthy competition in ... See more

For district leaders, tuning out the education reform debate is the first big step in adapting to—and surviving—charter growth.

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2 months ago
Is School Segregation Still Alive?

Is School Segregation Still Alive?
Let's follow the data...

In a recent article, Vox highlights a study conducted by EdBuild examining how school segregation is still very much alive in 2017. Parents and organizers around the country have figured out a way …

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4 months ago
Andy Rotherham | Playing Musical Catch-Up

ROTHERHAM, THE MUSIC MAN: It's always a great time when Andrew Rotherham stops by to share his musical insights on the Grateful Ed blog. Check out his latest - an impressive round up of live shows ... See more

I don’t have a catchy lede or an excuse. I told Jason I’d write about some shows, but work has kept me from it. So here are some I’ve seen these past few months, and in a few cases hosted. My ... See more

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6 months ago
Access denied | The Thomas B. Fordham Institute

EARLY WARNING SIGNS: The good folks at Thomas B. Fordham Institute studied the data, and in this report, shines a light on factors in charter school applications that are predictive of success and ... See more

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6 months ago
Tim Taylor | London Souls

Music connoisseur Tim Taylor is back on Grateful Ed, presenting to some and introducing to others The London Souls. Check it out.

Band: The London Souls Venue: Lost Lake Lounge The London Souls are a two-piece rock and roll band from New York City. Back on November 8, 2016 I saw Sturgill Simpson and raved about these guys as …

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