More than 300 teachers and leaders traveled to Little Rock for Summit Learning training. Educators left inspired to change the status quo for their students.
What’s the highest compliment a teacher can receive? For 25-year teacher, Beth Duncan, it’s her students saying her class is hard.
Humans are generally averse to change — it’s just how our brains are wired. That mentality, of course, poses a problem innovation in education. Here’s why we should all keep trying.
Last fall, Summit students in California teamed up with designers from Collins brand consultancy to create a typography and associated visuals that reflect the students we serve.
When designing Summit Public Schools, Tavenner asked herself three questions every day to guide her decision-making, and she continues to ask herself these three questions to guide her work daily.
Eighth-grader Jacquline Castro says she would beg her mom to let her stay home from school. Now she’s tutoring her classmates and coming to school with a smile.