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Governor Cooper directs funding to schools | Arizona works to roll out child care for front-line workers | Chicago to buy more computers and ramp up virtual learning | Mississippi State Board of Education Suspends Key Policies to Manage Impact of Extended School Closures

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This panel was frank and open in their discussion of technology and what is working for them on both a state and local level

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When HDMI entered the classroom, the writing was on the wall: the end of VGA’s tenure was imminent

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Bob Wudeck
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The skilled trades industry offers lucrative and meaningful careers, however there is a growing skilled trades labor shortage in the U.S.

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Mary Kelly
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Earlier today I saw an email asking CEOs what they are doing to throw their employees a lifeline. As a CEO, this topic warms my heart, but if I’m honest it’s only halfway heartwarming for me

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Edgar Blunt
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Schools/Districts are calling the Learning Counsel asking for advice on what to do. We’ve developed this questionnaire so you can quickly analyze the direction to go

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LeiLani Cauthen
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Expect California schools to remain closed until summer | Maryland Senate passes sweeping schools reform bill with amendments | Veterans’ advocates urge Congress to protect GI Bill benefits | USDA and partners plan to offer food delivery for rural students

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One hundred years ago, Phoenix, AZ was a sleepy little desert city of 29,000 residents. But not anymore. Now America’s fasting growing city and our fifth largest, Phoenix is anything but sleepy

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