Renewal Races Teens to the Top

Will President Obama’s $4 billion incentive for school reform help teens use more robust brainpower to reach their real potential? Not every teen will win the title world’s best brain as Julia Chartrove won at the International Brain Research Organization. Yet all can draw on more brainpower to reach higher motivation and achievement. It may mean starting a blog as an approach to teach.  It’s what turned LA’s most troubled secondary school into one of its best.

Will this new competition for government grants offer teens that race to the top, where higher motivation and achievement offer tangible dividends? Check out these videos for a few of top races near the peaks.

Renewal benefits teens:

Many years in secondary school and university renewal still teaches me that ongoing renewal starts with learners, engages a full range of capabilities, and evaluates with intelligence-fair tests. Could it happen for teens you know?

Articles for secondary and university race to the top:

1. No Brain Left Behind

2. Death of Education – Dawn of Learning

3. Brain Parts Promote or Stomp out Change

4. Secondary and University with Brains in Mind

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17. Retention Lost in Lectures


18. Engage Voices on the Other Side

19. Marks of Brainpowered Workplaces

20. Reinvigorate Brains for Learning Dividends

21. Move to Replace Broken Systems

22. Call for Simplicity that Adds Intelligence

23. Brainpower to Disagree and Prosper Peace

24. New Run ay Old Runways – Space for Renewal

25. Why Brain Based Approaches?

26. Tenure, Brainpower, and Pillars of …?

27. Math and Science can Leak Brainpower

28. Reclaim High School Brainpower

Altering direction for secondary school renewal – Race to the top Aug 17 – 21st  MITA Brain Institute here.

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  1. [...] Renewal that comes from the brain’s plasticity to rewire daily can also race teens to the top … [...]

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