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For the Educator-Entrepreneur in the New Year

Some words of advice for those of you who are working a side hustle or starting a new business:

Charles Sosnik

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An Open Letter to America’s Educators

  Relax. You are okay. Everything is going to be okay. We know these are uncertain times. As the people who are responsible for delivering education to the children of our nation, you...

Charles Sosnik


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Educator Profile: Kalyan Ray-Mazumder is Acting the Part of a Lifetime

The LC Staff

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A Remarkable Council of 215,000 Giving Counsel to the World of Education

When I first joined the Learning Counsel, I had no idea what an integral part our schools and districts played in the Learning Counsel’s efforts. Having come from a more traditional media compan...

Charles Sosnik


Insistence to the Resistance of Digital: Good News from Our Nation’s Capital

It’s not often that we get good news from Washington D.C. As the seat of our nation’s government, we are inundated with stories about in-fighting and partisan politics. Even the school system, D...

Charles Sosnik


Policy Watch: Educators Can Teach Lawmakers What Our Students Need

School leaders can help lawmakers create better education legislation by keeping them informed of current challenges and offering pragmatic solutions.

Glen Miller


A Valentine - To Educators

In the February 1 st Learning Counsel event in Charlotte, N.C., one of the educators asked me what I think about what educators are doing as a body nationally.  We have been on a tour of around...

LeiLani Cauthen, Publisher


5 Silver Linings in Education After the Pandemic

School is back in session for the 2022-2023 school year, and we are about to embark on a new journey. For most students and teachers, it’s been two long years of transitions, significant cha...

Robyn D. Shulman

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10 Ways Educators Can Make Classrooms More Innovative

Having taught in various grades, and spending years as an academic advisor for new teachers, I've had the chance to spend time in various classroom environments. I've seen many different ways ed...

Robyn Shulman

Featured Papers

The Learning Counsel presents journals, papers and briefs on critical topics in Digital Education.

Most will require registration in order to access them, but they are all free.

Three Near-Term Innovation Areas for K12
K12 human resources are crucial to utilizing the cloud successfully. Roles and responsibilities have all changed dramatically since the start of the pandemic, and a new trend to move to core co...
An Essential Audio Ingredient in Today’s Accessible Learning Environments
Today’s learning environments have changed markedly from just a couple years ago, prior to the pandemic. Tech devices are comprehensively in both the student and teacher hands, but are they missin...
The Gaps Remaining for District Digital Transition
Most administrators know there are still gaps remaining in their school or district’s digital transition. Recent studies including the 2021 Digital Transition Surveys for Administrators and Teache...
5 Steps to Fixing the Hidden Traffic of Records Management Overwhelming Schools
How come digital processes seem easier but are often harder to manage? A major shift to digital teaching and learning in schools has developed an additional digital traffic load for teachers and f...
From Chaos to Learning Recovery: Going from Manual-Digital All the Way to Efficiency
Seeing the Levels of Chaos Helps Anchor Bringing Order Schools and districts that recently lost 4 percent of students to alternatives continued to lose students in 2021 at an accelerated pace (no...
Hybrid Logistics Security
Your district is a brand, and your network security helps power its reputation. With the accelerated move to hybrid learning environments over the past year, school districts across the nation are...