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
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.
Driving Question: What is really needed to prepare students as citizens and workers in the 21st Century? In the midst of the many efforts to improve education in the early part of this century, there has been no real discussion
Campus Technology Magazine sat down with Tony for an in-depth interview on 21st century skills and the future of higher education.
In his column in this Sunday’s New York Times, Tom Friedman featured an extended interview with Tony, focusing on the American employment landscape and how out education system must change to create a nation of innovators.
This is a blog I wrote for the website, www.getideas.org What Does It Mean to Be a “Change Leader” in Education? January 12, 2013 by: Tony Wagner Over the past 20 years, I have studied and worked with educators who have
© Copyright 2012 Tony Wagner. First published September 2012 in School Administrator During my travels all over the United States speaking to a wide variety of audiences and my visits with leadership groups in the Middle East and Far East,
You can read the interview with C.M. Rubin here.
COMMENTARY Published Online: August 14, 2012 Graduating All Students Innovation– Ready By Tony Wagner Improving student achievement through innovation is the latest buzz in education. New test-prep programs, online learning platforms, e-texts, charter school hybrids, and so on are