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Personalize: Meeting the Needs of ALL Learners

A Principal's Reflections

Fate has a funny way of bringing together people with similar views and passions. In March of 2022, I worked with a school system in Provo, Utah. During a roundtable discussion, I was asked to discuss key aspects of personalized learning that are critical to successful implementation. There were a lot of people in the room who listened to what I had to say and seemed to be hanging on every word.

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Grad programs have been a cash cow; now universities are starting to fret over graduate enrollment

The Hechinger Report

ATLANTA — Two construction cranes hover over a giant worksite just outside the Scheller College of Business at the Georgia Institute of Technology. What they’re building is both a show of optimism in and a way to attract more students to something universities badly need but are beginning to worry about: graduate education. The $200 million project will house Scheller’s graduate and executive business programs in one tower, connected to Georgia Tech’s School of Industrial and Systems Engineering

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My Sis is Visiting–I’ll be Dark June 8th-17th

Ask a Tech Teacher

My wonderful sister is coming to visit from Indiana. Our plans: walk, read, cook, talk, Peloton tread, pet the dog–sounds fun, doesn’t it? I can’t wait. See y’all in ten days !

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OPINION: Women education leaders need better support and sponsorships to help catch up

The Hechinger Report

In matters both big and small, women in education leadership are treated, spoken to and viewed differently than their male colleagues. And it impacts everything from their assignments and salaries to promotions. The career moves that are open to aspiring women leaders often propel them toward a very real glass cliff — leadership roles in which the risk of failure is high.

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Enhancing School Device Management for Improved Learning

Schools face increasing challenges as technology becomes integral to education. Efficient device management is essential for maximizing technology use and safeguarding investments. Our article discusses the importance of tracking devices, outlines current challenges, and suggests modern solutions that go beyond traditional methods like Excel. Learn how advanced tracking systems can streamline operations, improve maintenance, and offer real-time updates for better resource allocation.

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The 7 Best White-Label Online Course Platforms in 2024

Sell Courses Online

Read on to discover the best white-label online course platforms for 2024 and compare their white-labeling capabilities to find the perfect platform for your needs.

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Let’s Not Oversimplify Students’ Cell Phone Use

Philly Teacher

Back in May, I had the honor of writing a guest post on Larry Ferlazzo’s excellent Education Week blog. My post centered on the current dialogue around phones and young people and Jonathan Haidt’s “Anxious Generation” book. Since that dialogue is still going strong, I wanted to share it here.