Getting Beyond the News Fix

  By Charles Sosnik   The headlines in the news this Fall seem so predictable. I don’t know if that is because I am old […]

Remember the Good Old Days

By Charles Sosnik Remember the good old days, before COVID changed our daily routines and sent our children home to have school with their parents […]

Narrowing the Gap in Home Connectivity

  By Charles Sosnik E-rate may still be the answer if Congress and the FCC can work together In the Learning Counsel’s National Survey, schools and […]

Don’t Let Your Students’ Education Die from Embarrassment

  By Charles Sosnik   Do you remember how it felt to be a teenager? You yearned so much for independence as your hormones and […]

Why You Should Care about the Cares Act

  By Charles Sosnik $30.75 Billion. That sounds like a lot of money. Included in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act that Congress […]

Advice for the Newly Remote

  By Charles Sosnik   About a week ago, the world changed. It’s a new reality for everyone, especially those of you who are working […]

Today, Curriculum Is Everyone’s Business

  By Charles Sosnik   For those of you who are history buffs out there, you may remember a quote from our 30th president, Calvin […]

FETC Was Great(er) Again This Year

  By Charles Sosnik Kudos to the team at FETC. Like many of you, I am a veteran of nearly one hundred education conferences and […]

For the Educator-Entrepreneur in the New Year

  By Charles Sosnik   I think it was the immortal Drew Carey who said, “If life beats you down long enough, sooner or later […]

Good News from Our Nation’s Capital

  By Charles Sosnik   It’s not often that we get good news from Washington D.C. As the seat of our nation’s government, we are […]

Technology is Overwhelming Education: That’s Why We Need More

Please note, this is writer’s opinion. By Charles Sosnik Whether you have kids in school, work for a school or simply watch the news, you […]

Another Giant Tech Company Pays Record Fines: What Does it All Mean?

  By Charles Sosnik   It hardly even registers anymore. Google and YouTube agreed to pay $170 Million for violating child privacy rights. There was […]

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