One Day Magazine

The Innovations Issue

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June 5, 2017

Visit Mae Sariang, where 11 students traveled 7,700 miles to see if an American public school can deliver an immersive international education.

By
Tim Kennedy
June 5, 2017

9th grader Naia is into her new school and its big plans for VR, AI, and student side hustles. Take the tour.

By
Leah Fabel
June 5, 2017

Achievement First Greenfield is what happened when a school network said its best wasn’t good enough. A new design comes alive.

By
Leah Fabel
June 5, 2017

Can machines replace teachers? Hardly. Can they automate chores and alter how teachers spend their precious time? A former teacher says it’s inevitable.

By
Thomas Arnett
June 5, 2017

For a school leader in Denver, constructing a school meant springing teachers and students from classroom isolation and imagining a new approach to open space.

By
Boyce Upholt
June 5, 2017

So maybe you wouldn’t or couldn’t do what these parents did. But their choices expand the way we think about learning.

By
Ting Yu
June 5, 2017

When we talk about innovation, we’re not arguing breakthroughs versus incrementalism. Advancing educational opportunity for all will come from both.

By
Elisa Villanueva Beard