The New 70/30 Rule: 70% Will Get Us $72 Trillion

By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark In Part One of this series, we envisioned a world where vastly greater numbers of students could improve their […]

Podcast: Four Surprises Post-Pandemic for Schools

In this edisode of the EduJedi Report, your host LeiLani Cauthen, CEO and Publisher at the Learning Counsel, discusses what EduJedi are seeing as changes […]

5 Tips For Writing An Effective MBA Personal Statement

Let’s say you earned your Bachelor’s Degree ten years ago and have been working ever since graduation. While you like your job, you want to […]

How Internship Programs Can Benefit Your Company

Internship programs have become increasingly common these days. Many businesses, big and small alike, have reaped significant returns through company internship programs. The most common […]

What are the objectives and goals of employee retention ?

While hiring employees is a relatively easy task, it is not a painless task to retain them – and to retain them happily. Employee retention is […]

3 Ways To Sharpen Teaching Methods Using Video

In a teaching methods course, you cover a lot of material. With so much to go over, it can be difficult to squeeze in enough […]

How Unique Virtual Summer Camps Can Enhance A Love of Learning Again

Summer is approaching, and many parents would like some time off from facilitating and helping their kids succeed in an e-learning environment since last March. […]

Who Packed Your Parachute?

By Franklin Schargel In honor of Memorial Day, I am sharing this to honor the heroes in our armed forces who have given so much […]

What Teachers and Students Need to Know about Learner Variability

By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark Teachers and students have known since the time of Socrates that learners are different from each other, with different […]

How to Get Your District Started with Micro-Credentials

By Adam Geller As a district leader, it’s important to help educators stay motivated and feel acknowledged, especially after a challenging year like this one. […]

How COVID May Have Changed Our Priorities

By Christy Martin, Ed.D. We are now beginning to look at the COVID-19 Pandemic as history. It has been a long road and one that […]

The Case for Hybrid Logistics to Solve Inequity

By LeiLani Cauthen Editor’s note: This is part one of a two part series. First of all, hybrid logistics is a trending thing. Hybrid is […]

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