Can Tech Fill the Gaping Hole Left by Teacher Exodus?

  By Charles Sosnik   It’s as if schools are sitting on the deck of the Titanic, playing music as the great ocean liner descends into […]

Tell Your Students – These Professions are Hiring Big Time

  By Charles Sosnik   Professional athletes and actors make big money, and those professions seem a lot more accessible to many young people than […]

Producer Covitt Looking to Place His Film “333” in Schools Here and Abroad

  By Charles Sosnik   When I first met Michael Covitt and he told me about his film, “333,” I just had to ask: “What’s […]

Technology May Have to Kill Public Education to Save It

  By CHARLES SOSNIK   We tend to speak in extremes these days. When online shopping replaces storefront shopping, we call it a Retail Apocalypse. […]

School Attrition: The Shifting Tides of Student Enrollment

  By CHARLES SOSNIK One in four school-aged children currently do not attend a traditional public school. Even with all the positive changes being made […]

Teaching Kids about Innovation

  By Charles Sosnik Recently I had the opportunity to reconnect with an old friend, Chris Besse. I met Chris a few years ago when […]

This Company is Using AI to Change the World

  By Charles Sosnik   Ray Kurzweil is a bestselling author, futurist and Director of Engineering for Google. When describing the life cycle of technology […]

Delivering Education Technology at Scale

Connie Kolosey, Ed.D. is the Director of Media, Text and Digital Learning for the Pinellas School District in Florida. Like many of the districts in […]

Googling Education

  By Charles Sosnik Remember when Sergey Brin and Larry Page, the founders of Google, went public in 2004? I remember thinking that the initial […]

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