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Interview with Highlander Institute’s Educational Strategy Specialist Team

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This episode is part of our series documenting the Fuse Architect Project, a collaboration between the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, the Highlander Institute, and several other Rhode Island-based stakeholders endeavoring to design and pilot systems that promote student-centered learning. In this episode, we’re talking with Nick Vockerodt, Fuse Architect Project Manager at Highlander Institute; and Malika Ali, Michael Klein, and Christina Corser, who are all Education Strategy Specialists at Highlander Institute. They have been working closely with schools throughout the entire Fuse Architect Project and have updates about how each school is doing as well as what the schools are thinking about in terms of sustainability as the grant comes to an end this year.

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