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Tactics

A key facet of instructional leadership is addressing and closing the achievement gap

By: 
Barbara R. Blackburn and Ron Williamson
News Clip

Funding the Future | Arizona House panel votes to allow community colleges to offer 4-year degrees | Kaci Heins is 2020 Recipient of the Alan Shepard Technology in Education Award | How the skills gap is changing the degree path

Perspective

Companies that have been in the game for a while have been courtside in watching EdTech explode over the past 35 years

By: 
Tyson Smith
Ideas

Although SEL is considered one of the hottest topics in education, there is still a need for educators to understand why it is important

By: 
Tamara Fyke
Video

You may know what artificial intelligence (AI) is. Then again, you may only think you know. Education futurists have been heralding its arrival in your classrooms for years

Ideas

In December of 2019 the US Department of Labor confirmed that the number of teachers that schools across the country are short is 300,000

By: 
Jacqueline Gordon
News Clip

Florida Department of Education formally adopts B.E.S.T. Standards | Bill would allow public schools in Kansas to pay for college tuition | NYC Council bill seeks to make free summer camp available to all city students | Getting Students to Give Back

Video

If excitement and enthusiasm can rev up learning, then the students at Buckeye Union High School District are learning in overdrive.

Spotlight

This video is focused on what is happening in Education, what has changed to cause friction in the learning process and the survival of public education as we know it

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