The Education Evolving Blog

July 9, 2021 · By Sara Kemper

For a school that centers hands-on learning among sharks and coral, the pandemic required reimagining the spaces and schedules of learning

June 10, 2021 · By Marcus Penny

Over ten days in May, a community of student-centered educators and advocates gathered at the fifth regional education convening, Student-Centered Learning for Equity 2021, hosted by the Bush Foundation and Education Evolving.

June 2, 2021 · By Sara Kemper

A culture of care, trust, and persistent checking-in means students stay plugged in—whether in-person or over distance.

April 21, 2021

From the Education Evolving team, our statement on the conviction of a former Minneapolis police officer for the murder of George Floyd.

April 15, 2021 · By Sara Kemper

For a program already built around students mastering learning outcomes at their own pace, the pandemic was a bump in the road—not a seismic shift.

March 31, 2021 · By Sara Kemper

Acknowledging and celebrating our shared humanity matters just as much as attending to individual differences—especially in a global pandemic.

March 2, 2021 · By Lars Esdal

Kickoff post announcing a new year-long series highlighting student-centered innovators in a pandemic—in particular the practices and success indicators they've used.

February 23, 2021 · By Guest Blogger

Middle schooler Jules Pow writes on their experience as a Black student in a predominantly white district.

February 17, 2021 · By Guest Blogger

Cavyn R. shares their perspective as a Black child in a majority-white education system—and the impact microaggressions had on them as a student.

February 17, 2021 · By Marcus Penny

Minnesota is revising its Social Studies Standards, and the first draft has drawn criticism for its shift toward equity. We state here our view: the new standards must be inclusive of more lenses, narratives, and histories—and honest about both the achievements and atrocities that mark our nation’s story.

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