COMMENTARY Building A Better Transcript: What Grades Measure, And What They Don’t By Tony Wagner June 23, 2017 closemore This month, approximately 3.5 million high school seniors will be granted diplomas. The rest of us will (and should) applaud their
Tony spoke at the Fairfax County Public Schools Leadership Conference in August 2016. It can be viewed here. His talks begins at 2.32. His advice to education leaders begins at minute 24. Q&A begins at minute 35.
America desperately needs to redefine ‘college and career ready’ Published: Aug 5, 2016 7:38 a.m. ET Marketwatch.com For every 100 who start college, just 25 get degrees and attractive jobs The majority of kids who pursue college are getting disappointing
The Society for Organizational Learning, founded by Peter Senge, featured an in-depth interview with Tony in a recent issue. Available here.
I recently spent a week in Australia speaking to business, government, military, and education leaders in a series of programs sponsored by Price WaterhouseCoopers. Watch the 4 minute video on the education outcomes that matter most and the importance of
I recently spent a week in Australia speaking to business, government, military, and education leaders in a series of programs sponsored by Price WaterhouseCoopers. Watch the 3 minute video on advice to business leaders here.
This short video, available in both English and Spanish, is a summary of some of my key ideas and is a part of a series on The Future of Spain.
You can see it here, beginning at minute 34.
Two reviews of Most Likely to Succeed were published on August 23rd. The book is now on sale everywhere. Let us know which review you think is more accurate. Chicago Tribune Review here. New York Times Review here.
Most Likely to Succeed Preparing Our Kids for The Innovation Era PRAISE FOR MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED “Tony Wagner and Ted Dintersmith want us to stop thinking about success for our children in terms of test scores, and start concentrating