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July 24, 2019
When teachers, students, and parents have real-time access to information about student learning, students are more likely to succeed. Bryce Avery from Boston Public Schools shares more about the district’s journey towards data interoperability, and its plans to develop a future data governance.
May 29, 2019
When teachers, students, and parents have real-time access to information about student learning, students are more likely to succeed. Laura Ginsberg from Uncommon Schools share more about the charter management organization’s road to a data standard, and how interoperability will support its mission to addressing student needs on an ongoing basis.
May 29, 2019
When teachers, students, and parents have real-time access to information about student learning, students are more likely to succeed. Darren Skott from Uncommon Schools share more about the charter management organization’s road to a data standard, and how interoperability will support its mission to addressing student needs on an ongoing basis.
May 22, 2019
When teachers, students, and parents have real-time access to information about student learning, students are more likely to succeed. Lance Lott from Metro Nashville Public Schools shares more about the district’s current data setup, and how using a data standard will allow its educators to get more accurate information in the right places, at the right times.
March 19, 2019
When teachers, students, and parents have real-time access to information about student learning, students are more likely to succeed. Christina Masick of Spring Branch ISD shares more about how their district is aiming to deliver real-time information to teachers and students to help each student “to and through” the post-secondary experience that is right for them.
February 8, 2019
When teachers have real-time access to information about student learning, they can help students succeed. Breanna Porter of Achievement First shares more about how their district is taking steps to tackle their data interoperability challenges, so they can deliver real-time information to teachers to help each student achieve more.
January 17, 2018
Students need to know how they are doing and teachers need to know how to move learning forward. That is the gist of formative assessment practice. Cheryl Neihaus, Program Manager for Data Driven Education, shares a new project that aims to identify, scale and share successful approaches to improve formative assessment practice in classrooms.
January 2, 2018
If you work in the scholarship field, you're probably familiar with the complexity of financial aid. Some common challenges aren't issues with 529 plans. Kevin Byrne, Managing Director of US Programs, explains.
November 10, 2017
Getting to college is one thing, finishing is another. In this episode, we speak with two first-generation college students about what it takes to succeed in college, and the impact of a degree on their personal lives and professional aspirations. More at https://impact.msdf.org/completion SHOW MORE
November 2, 2017
For many low-income students in South Africa, completing university means breaking a cycle of poverty. In this episode, we sit down with three young graduates to hear about the impact of their degrees not only on their own lives, but on the future of their communities.
October 19, 2017
Brett Emerson, a reading and science teacher at Shelby County Schools, discusses the benefits of data interoperability in the classroom from a teacher's point of view. This audio interview is part of series about interoperability: the seamless, secure, and controlled exchange of data between applications. In this series, we will highlight the ways that data interoperability is laying the foundation for innovation and helping enable great classroom instruction. We will also hear from partners who are implementing solutions to overcome the lack of data interoperability today in the K-12 sector. You can find the whole series at https://www.msdf.org/blog/tag/interoperability-series/
September 18, 2017
In this podcast episode, you’ll hear about the work of our partners at iMerit. Founder and CEO Radha Basu is someone who has consistently and persistently pushed the boundaries of traditional risk to realize her vision of empowering young marginalized Indians to work in digital jobs. We sat down with Radha and Zarin Fatma, a senior technical associate at iMerit, and spoke about the incredible impact iMerit has had on their lives and communities.
August 10, 2017
Can collaboration among unlikely partners amplify impact? We sat down with Carmen Llanes Pulido, Executive Director of Go Austin! Vamos Austin!, and Frances Acuna, a community health worker and resident of Dove Springs, to find out about how giving residents the power to take the future of their neighborhoods into their own hands created a lasting impact on two urban communities in Austin, Texas.
April 24, 2017
Rachel Anderson, Associate Director of Federal Policy and Advocacy at Data Quality Campaign (DQC), discusses the value of data interoperabilty for school districts and how it enhances student data privacy protection. This audio interview is part of series about interoperability: the seamless, secure, and controlled exchange of data between applications. In this series, we will highlight the ways that data interoperability is laying the foundation for innovation and helping enable great classroom instruction. We will also hear from partners who are implementing solutions to overcome the lack of data interoperability today in the K-12 sector. You can find the whole series at www.msdf.org/blog/tag/interoperability-series/
April 17, 2017
Josh Klein, the Chief Information Officer at Portland Public Schools, discusses the benefits of data interoperablity in the classroom. This audio interview is part of series about interoperability: the seamless, secure, and controlled exchange of data between applications. In this series, we will highlight the ways that data interoperability is laying the foundation for innovation and helping enable great classroom instruction. We will also hear from partners who are implementing solutions to overcome the lack of data interoperability today in the K-12 sector. You can find the whole series at www.msdf.org/blog/tag/interoperability-series/
March 29, 2017
Steve Midgley, founder and managing director of Learning Tapestry, discusses the Data Flow project and the benefits of data interoperability for teachers and students. This audio interview is part of series about interoperability: the seamless, secure, and controlled exchange of data between applications. In this series, we will highlight the ways that data interoperability is laying the foundation for innovation and helping enable great classroom instruction. We will also hear from partners who are implementing solutions to overcome the lack of data interoperability today in the K-12 sector. You can find the whole series at www.msdf.org/blog/tag/interoperability-series/
March 6, 2017
Bill Fitzgerald, the Director of the Privacy Evaluation Initiative at Common Sense Media, discusses the intersection of data interoperability and student data protection. This audio interview is part of series about interoperability: the seamless, secure, and controlled exchange of data between applications. In this series, we will highlight the ways that data interoperability is laying the foundation for innovation and helping enable great classroom instruction. We will also hear from partners who are implementing solutions to overcome the lack of data interoperability today in the K-12 sector. You can find the whole series at www.msdf.org/blog/tag/interoperability-series/
March 1, 2017
Erin Mote, the co-founder of Brooklyn LAB, discusses the role data interoperability plays in a personalized learning model This audio interview is part of series about interoperability: the seamless, secure, and controlled exchange of data between applications. In this series, we will highlight the ways that data interoperability is laying the foundation for innovation and helping enable great classroom instruction. We will also hear from partners who are implementing solutions to overcome the lack of data interoperability today in the K-12 sector. You can find the whole series at https://www.msdf.org/blog/tag/interoperability-series/
November 20, 2015
Joe Siedlecki Program & Policy Officer, US Education
July 28, 2015
Today we are talking to Maggie Runyan-Shefa, CO-CEO at New Schools for New Orleans and Todd Purvis, Chief Academic Officer, KIPP New Orleans who will be speaking to their model and how they using personalizing learning for their students.
June 22, 2015
Welcome to the fifth episode of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation’s Personalized Learning podcast series where we explore how different cities across the country are implementing next-generation learning. You can find the introduction to the podcast series here. Moderator: Cheryl Niehaus, Program Officer, Michael & Susan Dell Foundation Interviewees: Stacey Wang, Director of Personalized Learning at Oakland Unified School District Greg Klein, Senior Director, Innovation and Learning at Rogers Family Foundation
June 8, 2015
Welcome to the fourth episode of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation’s Personalized Learning podcast series where we explore how different cities across the country are implementing next-generation learning. Moderator: Cheryl Niehaus, Program Officer, Michael & Susan Dell Foundation Interviewees: Samantha Olson, Director of the Next Generation Learning Initiative at the Colorado Education Initiative Scott Fuller, Next-Generation Learning Coordinator for Colorado Springs School District 11
May 6, 2015
New England Secondary School Consortium facilitates knowledge sharing by Michael & Susan Dell Foundation
January 14, 2015
Leap Innovations in Chicago, Illinois by Michael & Susan Dell Foundation
January 14, 2015
CityBridge and Wheatley Education Campus in Washington D.C. by Michael & Susan Dell Foundation
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