Each week, members of the Getting Smart team interview students, authors, experts, and professionals in research, technology, entrepreneurship, and leadership to provide attendees with innovative and actionable strategies for educational leadership. The emphasis is on the fact that making a difference has been proven to be one of the most powerful types of learning, and that making a difference in today’s world is easier and more important than ever. This series is dedicated to young people doing their part and learning how to make a difference in the world. The staff at Getting Smart believes in learning out loud and always standing up for what we care about. This podcast highlights emerging trends in K-12, higher education and lifelong learning. It’s the result of our hundreds of annual visits to schools where we see high-quality teaching and learning in action. We were excited to introduce the new Getting Smart: EduCatered: a podcast for educators. New teaching models, tools, and strategies have made it easier to create small, flexible school models. This weekly series asks questions to think about what learning and teaching can look like. A comprehensive and compelling argument for making communities a place of learning for students of all ages. She also credits the work of Eqela Kanayaupio-Crozier, who was one of the first to teach Hawaiian at the university level. At Getting Smart, nutrition, education and innovation are at the heart of our recipe. With support from the Walton Family Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, we are exploring new businesses, new practices, new tools and new opportunities. I like to ask, “Where did you grow up? Hawaiian culture feeds us. And finally, for dessert, some tips on what you can do now to create a future of learning that works for everyone.