• Does School Status Affect Financial Planning?

    Comparing Conversion Schools vs. New Starts Authors: Scott Milam and Shannon Crotty, Afton Partners Innovative educators around the country are working toward the creation of personalized learning environments in their schools. The path to get there, though, is very different for those...

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  • Hallmarks of the Breakthrough Models, #1: Modular Courses

    Editor’s Note: This post is the first in a series of Monday posts which will each highlight a distinguishing design characteristic of NGLC’s recently funded Breakthrough Postsecondary Models, as described in their profiles. NGLC's third wave of funding sought to foster the...

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  • Dispatches from the Field: Big Ideas Fest

    This week, NGLC staff headed west to attend Big Ideas Fest, an annual gathering of teachers, policymakers, funders, and researchers dedicated to surfacing “big ideas” in education. After three days of networking, we left inspired, refreshed, and excited that so many of the big ideas our...

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  • Follow-On Funding for Building Blocks Grantees

    NGLC’s recent round of awards to breakthrough models in both K12 and postsecondary education were accompanied last month by awards of new funding for four Wave I grantees. Cerritos College Foundation, Sinclair Community College, California State University Northridge, and Indiana University...

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  • Susan Metros blog on Recently Announced Wave IIIb Grants

    Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC), an EDUCAUSE initiative to accelerate educational innovation through applied technology to improve college readiness and completion in the United States, announced the final six grants in its current round of support for breakthrough degree programs today...

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