Measuring Outcomes that Matter
NTN schools succeed because of a whole school,
systemic approach where skills are valued
as much as scores.
Successful students should leave school with the skills and abilities to thrive in the workforce – whether they enter the workforce immediately, choose to attend college, or work while continuing their education.
Higher academic and business community are demanding different skills from employees and college students. Businesses are no longer aligned with the way traditional school is taught.
The workforce is changing jobs at such a rapid rate that the future of jobs is uncertain. Many of the jobs that current students will have are not yet invented.
NTN SCHOOLS IN MICHIGAN
THE FUTURE OF WORK
School Leaders Say...
Handy Middle School
Handy Middle School in Bay City is a 6-8 grade school with an annual enrollment of approximately 700-800 students. When district leaders in Bay City Public Schools began reopening their doors post-pandemic shutdown, they realized that they needed to critically analyze the impact of school closures on their children. In August of 2022, Handy Middle School officially implemented the New Tech Network Model with its 6th grade students, with whole-school implementation of all grade levels planned by year three.
Interviews With School Leaders and Teachers
2022 Impact Report
NTN is proud to present the 2022 Impact Report. This endeavor highlights new and updated research, and provides evidence about the NTN Model and PBL.
To prepare students for the future, they need to develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills, and learn
how to find and apply content knowledge, not just memorize it. To tackle this challenge educators cannot
work alone. New Tech Network is just that, a Network, where a group of diverse, driven educators
work together to pioneer learning for the future.
NEW TECH NETWORK
NEW TECH NETWORK | MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN SCHOOL SPOTLIGHTS
You can connect with one of New Tech Network’s Directors of School and District Development today. Either fill out the form below or send an email directly to Shannon Doody.
Shannon Doody • email@example.com
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Through project-based learning, New Tech Network schools empower and challenge students to learn and succeed, to collaborate and communicate, and to engage in the world around them.
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