The XQ Super School Project has complied a  a variety of valuable multi-media resources to help high schools through the daunting challenge of redesign. We also encourage your to visit their website to explore more about this exciting program.

Knowledge Modules

The XQ Knowledge Modules. The modules, organized into three categories

  • Discovery
  • Design
  • Develop

The modules offer a mix of cutting-edge academic research and inspiration to help anyone think boldly about both the possibilities and the realities of rethinking high school.

Discovery Modules


What do young people need to learn today to succeed in the future?

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What can adolescents teach us about high school?

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How do teenagers learn and grow?

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Design Modules

Why does every school need a clear, well-articulated mission?

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What’s essential for effective learning today?

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How can schools motivate and empower young people to take responsibility for their own learning?

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How can we expand the boundaries of learning beyond school?

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Develop Modules

How can schools identify, attract, develop, and retain the very best people?

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How can measurement inform teaching and learning to inspire continuous improvement across an entire school?

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How can we rethink when, where, and how learning happens?

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How can a school’s financial model make the most of its resources to keep the focus on students?

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How can a school’s financial model make the most of its resources to keep the focus on students?

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What does it take to rethink high school?

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The XQ Super School Project began in 2015 because they believed our nation’s young people could not wait any longer for our educational system to change. America’s public high school system was founded to ensure that all high school students have access to a free, high quality education that prepares them for college, career, and life. With that mission, XQ launched a competition inviting America to reimagine high school. People across the country self-assembled into teams and started a movement to transform high school education in their areas.