There is so much new to say about strategy instruction, strategy research, and strategy assessment that it would take many more books than this to encompass it. In this chapter I will simply focus on some innovations or potential innovations in these three overlapping areas. I will mention the possibility of differentiating and reframing strategy instruction and will summarize two meta-analyses of strategy instruction studies. For strategy research I will describe once again the fluidity of strategy roles and the necessity of recognizing complexity and will suggest some potentially important implications for research. I will also include a very new example of scenario-based strategy assessment. The chapter concludes with further readings and questions, tasks, and projects for readers.