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Students Are Slipping Through the Cracks of Special Education. Schools Must Do Better.


The Power of Assessment Digging through Jason’s files and coming up empty reinforced my belief that, if we had a true district-wide RTI framework with a uniform approach to assessment, we would have uncovered Jason’s needs sooner.

Impero Software Announces Philip Walters as its New Chairman


Walters currently serves as Advisory Director of Investcorp, which assumed ownership of Impero Software through its technology-focused private equity Fund, Investcorp Technology Partners, in August 2017. Walters previously served as chair of GL Education, the leading provider of educational tests and assessments to UK schools; Rising Stars UK, the second largest primary school publisher in the UK; and Book Source, a UK-based book distributor.


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REINVENTING.SCHOOL Live Show Today - The Exploding Trend of "Pandemic Pods" and Micro-Schools #reinventingschool #learningrevolution

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

Mara Linaberger, EdD is Founder & COO, Microschool Builder, and the author of The Micro-School Builder’s Handbook. In a past life, I've written about architecture--specifically, how technology, biology, and culture intersect in our experience of our environments and selves.

College and career readiness activities

Kathy Schrock

One publication I love to recommend to support this process is the Occupational Outlook Handbook. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook , Home Page, on the Internet at [link] (visited November 21, 2018). MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES The Occupational Outlook Handbook can be the basis for many different college and career readiness activities. There are over 1000 videos, many of which are career profiles in science, math, technology and STEM.

The Histories of Personalized Learning

Hack Education

I want us to think about the ways in which the history of learning – how we tell that story – shapes the future of learning, and how the history of technology (education technology and otherwise) – and how we tell that story – shapes the future of technology. I want us to recognize there is a history even in the face of a fervent insistence that new, digital technologies are poised to sweep away traditional institutions and traditional practices.