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Bob Lenz
Executive Director

P-12, Higher Ed

  • Academic standards
  • Access
  • Achievement gap
  • Admission
  • African American students
  • Arts education
  • Assessment
  • Blended learning
  • Career and technical education
  • Character education
  • Charter schools
  • Classroom technology
  • College graduation rates
  • College preparation
  • College readiness
  • Common Core
  • Common Core assessments
  • Community involvement
  • Completion by design
  • Curriculum
  • Digital divide
  • Dropout rate
  • Education reform
  • Education technology
  • Educational standards
  • Engagement
  • English language learners
  • Grading
  • Graduation rate
  • High schools
  • Hispanic students
  • Homework
  • Innovative professional development
  • Leadership
  • Low-income students
  • Measures of effective teaching
  • Middle schools
  • Minority students
  • Parent involvement
  • Personalized learning
  • Poverty
  • Principals
  • Professional development
  • Race and diversity
  • Readiness
  • School reform
  • Small schools
  • Social studies
  • State of education
  • Student-centered education
  • Teacher assessment
  • Teacher development
  • Teacher quality
  • Teacher support
  • Urban education
  • Value-added
  • Writing

Bob Lenz became executive director of the Buck Institute for Education in 2015. Before taking the helm at BIE, he was the co-founder of Envision Education and served as its CEO and chief of innovation. He is recognized nationally as a leader in high school redesign, Project Based Learning, 21st century skills education, and performance assessment. He serves as a senior deeper learning fellow for the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and is the author of “Transforming Schools: Using Project-Based Learning, Performance Assessment and Common Core Standards,” recently published by Jossey-Bass Wiley.