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A Thoughtful Approach to Career Readiness

A Thoughtful Approach to Career Readiness

Millennials today have too much student loan debt and are entering a workforce with not enough employment demand. Part of that stems from unrealistic expectations set by parents, colleges, and even K-12 institutions.

Ten years ago, I think we […]

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Tips for an A+ Professional Development Session

By Dr. David Reese

As the CAO of an edtech company, I lead onsite professional development (PD) sessions for K-12 educators.  I am often surprised when I begin a session and a majority of the participants do not know why they are there or the […]

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5 Elements of a Successful STEM Initiative

5 Elements of a Successful STEM Initiative

Working with a number of school systems around the country, I have witnessed a number of commonalities that lead to successful STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) learning experiences and initiatives.  These initiatives often […]

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Principals: The lessons we learned

Principals: The lessons we learned

BY STEPHEN NOONOO - ESCHOOL NEWS

The best educational leaders are lifelong learners. They are constantly expanding their knowledge, refining their skills, and looking for creative ways to help kids learn. As these four principals look back at 2016, […]

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Superintendents: The lessons we learned

Superintendents: The lessons we learned

BY STEPHEN NOONOO - eSchool News  January 3rd, 2017

4 superintendents share their most valuable takeaways from the past year.

As 2016 drew to a close, we asked educators in variety of positions to reflect on what they have learned this year. […]

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7 Ways to Maximize Student Engagement

Every teacher wants to kick off the new school year with a bang, but once you have your students’ attention, how do you keep it?

Here are a few ideas and best practices from teachers and administrators across the nation […]

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