Impact Education recently brought together top minds to understand what makes today’s education systems great and what needs to be built for tomorrow and to answer questions from the public.
What is an intelligent education system? The best design to educate our society, as we discussed, must leverage technology but be cognizant of the very human elements that distinguish successful teachers and schools. With the rise of charter schools, waste in public education funding, influence of teacher’s unions, and the difficulty in compensating success: what are the principles and design elements of best educational systems of the future?
We’re sorry you missed this event, but here are some resources to help you catch up on the conversation.
What is College Worth by the New Yorker, Sept. 7th 2015
A Sharing Economy Where Teachers Win, Sept. 5, 2015
10 Lesson for Education Entrepreneurs – Unreasonable, August 2015
This Map Shows How Many More Students Are Living In Poverty Than 9 Years Ago, August 24, 2015, Huffington Post
Chris Christie Said He Thinks Teachers Unions Deserve A Punch, August 3, 2015
FORBES: Neeru Khosla, Wife Of Billionaire Venture Capitalist, Wants To Fix Education With Software, June 29, 2015
Techcrunch: Searching For The Next Wave Of Education Innovation, June 27, 2015
Bloomberg News: How Will Tech Revolutionize Education?, April 10, 2015
Cuomo’s education agenda picks up where Bloomberg left off, Feb. 19, 2015
Forbes 2014: The 10 Most Innovative Companies in Education
Alley Watch: 11 Hot NYC EdTech Startups, Oct. 2014
An Open Letter to Randi Weingarten, Oct. 2014 Education Week
Forbes: EdTech is Hot Except when it’s Not, August 2014
Eric Nadelstern Q&A: NYC mayoral candidates don’t understand what public schools need, 2013