District leaders returned home from Standards Institute inspired to implement some of what they learned. Sharing their enthusiasm was easy, but passing on the knowledge and understanding they gained felt like a monumental task. For support, they turned to ANet to create customized PD for their teams this summer.Read More
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ANet is excited to announce the launch of our Breakthrough Results Fund, a multi-year collaboration with up to six school systems focused on creating coherent supports for great instruction at both the school and central-office levels.Read More
If a wireless network is compromised due to the WPA2 vulnerability, ANet data and related passwords will continue to be secure.Read More
ANet CEO Mora Segal appeared on The Education Conversation with Ryan Knight, a podcast about how individuals and organizations create change in education. Listen to the podcast!Read More
It’s been over five years since I had the great fortune of joining ANet, and I thought I’d share a bit about our progress, motivated by all that feels at stake in educating our next generation.Read More
Almost everyone in education, especially teachers and school leaders, understands the importance of high-quality interim assessments to guide effective instruction. The problem is: How do you know which ones are best?Read More
Our network of over 500 schools is a powerful resource for identifying and spreading best practices. One of the ways we leverage it is by bringing educators together for professional development or roundtable discussions, like an unusual recent gathering of senior administrators at the Skillman Foundation in Detroit.Read More