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  • Children Master Their Lessons In a Hands-On, Project-Based Curriculum Focused on Skills and Critical Thinking

    Lauren Partma, a teacher at McKinley School of the Arts in California, shares her passion for teaching in a collaborative, project-based classroom. As the school year begins, she reminds her students that this is their year, and that they are in the "driver's seat of their own education." This piece shines a light on strong relationships, self-aware engagement, and a sense of purpose for middle school students.

  • Summit Learning Shares Lessons Learned: An Interview with Andrew Goldin

    For the four year anniversary celebration of Summit Learning, Chief Executive Andrew Goldin shares with us lessons learned from growing based entirely on "educator demand" and where TLP Education is headed as a new organization overseeing Summit Learning Program. Additionally, Stanford Professor Larry Cuban shares his thoughts after several visits inside Summit schools, sharing that "the Summit experience is far greater than the platform itself."

  • Irving to Empower Students to be Lifelong Learners

    Principal Jeff Everett of Irving Elementary in Kansas shares his enthusiasm for starting a partnership with Summit Learning this school year. "We are really excited about the personalized learning approach and the support students will receive during the Summit Mentoring Program," said Everett.