5 Issues Every ‘Future Ready’ School Leader Must Address

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This post originally appeared in Edsurge and can be accessed in its entirety through the link below.

On December 10, 2015, phase two of the Future Ready Initiative, led by the Alliance for Excellent Education and the US Department of Education, was kicked off at the White House. To date, over 2,000 superintendents have signed the US Department of Education’s Future Ready District Pledge. Supported by a coalition of over 45 national partner organizations and many regional partners, the mission of Future Ready is to maximize digital learning opportunities and help school districts better prepare students, particularly those who are traditionally underserved, for success in college, career and citizenship.Alongside the goals outlined in the new National Education Technology Plan, we believe that the focus of Future Ready—and the future of education—must address the following issues. To check out some resources that can help district leaders and teachers kickstart conversations around these themes, check out the originally published article on EdSurge by clicking on the image below.static1.squarespace


Note: This post represents the opinions of Rusul Alrubail and Tom Murray and is not a product of the Future Ready Schools Initiative.

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