January 18, 2012 – Public Impact has been named a 100Kin10 partner, agreeing to help extend the reach of excellent STEM educators. The national 100Kin10 movement aims to recruit, prepare, and retain 100,000 science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers in 10 years. Public Impact will use its reach extension models to assist the 100Kin10 partners in maximizing […]
December 28, 2011 – As Tom Vander Ark suggests in this Huffington Post article, the top benefit of digital learning for low-income students will be to give every student access to great teachers in every subject. He cites Public Impact’s initiative and strategies for extending the reach of great teachers.
December 14, 2011 – Public Impact releases school designs that put top teachers in charge of every child’s learning. These models use job redesign, technology, or both to help excellent teachers reach more students. Learn more here.
December 14, 2011 – Public Impact is seeking sites to create prototypes and scale new school models that put excellent teachers in charge of far more students’ learning, within budget. Read the announcement. Learn what we’re looking for in sites.
December 14, 2011 – This post at Education Next announces Public Impact’s release of school models for extending the reach of excellent teacher to more students, for more pay, within budget, and the search for five major sites to tailor and implement these and similar school models that put excellent teachers in charge of more children’s […]
October 14, 2011 – Here’s a simple idea: put excellent teachers, the top 20 to 25 percent who achieve well over today’s “year of learning progress,” in charge of every child’s learning—consistently. In this Education Next blog, Bryan and Emily Hassel propose “a bolder alternative that might actually induce our nation to achieve widespread learning […]
September 13, 2011 – Schools – and nations – that excel in the digital age will be those that use digital tools both to make teaching more manageable for the average teacher, and to give massively more students access to excellent teachers. In this blog post, Bryan and Emily Hassel explain how digital tools can extend […]
June 13, 2011 – Rick Hess was right to question the simplistic hyping of Khan Academy’s online video lectures in his Straight Up post. But on the Education Next blog (this blog is no longer available on the Education Next website), Bryan Hassel and Emily Ayscue Hassel argue that he’s only got it half-right: it’s less […]