For Native Americans, Unequal Child Care Funding Leaves Tribes in Need [Tamez-Robledo]

For Native Americans, Unequal Child Care Funding Leaves Tribes in Need — from edsurge.com by Nadia Tamez-Robledo Excerpt: Native communities are in desperate need of quality […]

Brief reflections on “Brands Are Already Making Millions in the Metaverse. Here’s What Business Owners Need To Know.” [Sherry]

Brands Are Already Making Millions in the Metaverse. Here’s What Business Owners Need To Know. — from inc.com by Ben Sherry Entrepreneurs who follow Gen-Z […]

Mindful Leadership for Change [Midles]

Mindful Leadership for Change — from gettingsmart.com by Rebecca Midles Key Points This blog builds upon Framing and Designing the How. It digs into strategies […]

It’s Time to Rethink the ‘One Teacher, One Classroom’ Model [Chen & Banchero]

It’s Time to Rethink the ‘One Teacher, One Classroom’ Model — from edweek.org by Irene Chen & Stephanie Banchero How to build a happier and […]

Providing foster children with better educational outcomes [Lynch]

Providing foster children with better educational outcomes — from thetechedvocate.org by Matthew Lynch Excerpt: Foster children have a difficult life ahead of them. They have […]

Reflections on “Why my school is putting music education front and centre” [Garrick]

Why my school is putting music education front and centre — from educationhq.com by Justin Garrick Excerpt (emphasis DSC): Music education must not be only […]

Summer Learning Programs Struggle — and Devise Solutions — as Staff Shortages Persist [Tate Sullivan]

Summer Learning Programs Struggle — and Devise Solutions — as Staff Shortages Persist — from edsurge.com by Emily Tate Sullivan Excerpt: It’s summer time, and […]

Reflections on “Teaching Financial Literacy” [Ofgang & Pelletier]

Teaching Financial Literacy — from techlearning.com by Erik Ofgang More states are adopting financial literacy requirements for students. Here are tips for teaching the topic. […]

Several items from EducationWeek that show how serious the situation is becoming in K12

Excerpt: The struggle to keep classrooms fully staffed is getting increasingly desperate and it shows in this week’s top stories. A dozen states are amending—or […]

How Many Job Openings Are There in Public Schools? [Riser-Kositsky]

How Many Job Openings Are There in Public Schools? — from edweek.org by Maya Riser-Kositsky Excerpt: While teacher shortages have been reported in different regions […]

The state of teaching and learning in K12 [Instructure]

The state of teaching and learning in K12 — from Instructure What began as an unplanned shift to remote learning two years ago has grown […]

It strikes me that our K12 learning ecosystems do this often times [Christian]

#AI takes counting sheep to the next level. ?????????????#ArtificialIntelligence #DataAnalytics #ML pic.twitter.com/ZouPLM3jfF — Diana Adams (@adamsconsulting) June 27, 2022 From DSC: After thanking Diana for […]

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