Investing in Educators is Crucial for Remote Learning

  By Howie Berman The fall academic semester has arrived across the U.S., and many K-12 schools, colleges, and universities find themselves in a similar […]

Expanding the Future of History

  By Christy Martin, Ed.D. Recent politics has brought the teaching of United States History to the forefront. Politicians on one side advocate the teaching […]

Building Flexible Classrooms that Conform to Learners (Not the Other Way Around)

  By Dr. Christina Counts Here’s how a new career-focused high school used flexible furniture and other modular elements to transform a 180,000 sf building […]

It’s a New Day, and Relationships are Key

  By Tamara Fyke   Over the past week, I have had multiple conversations with educational leaders, discussing re-opening as well as the needs of […]

Video – Surviving the Aftermath of COVID-19: Continued Caution Ahead

There is no magic bullet for schools to successfully navigate the aftermath of COVID-19. Even our nation’s best education minds are feeling their way through, […]

Working through the Challenges of Virtual STEM: A State-of-the-Art Discussion

Learning is at a crossroads, and the decisions we make today may well set the course for the coming years in educational instruction. In this Learning […]

The Question of Screen Time Once Again is Front and Center

Studies identify the optimum screen time for children, and most schools are very careful to adhere to the guidelines. Even so, the question of screen […]

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 […]

Courage, Cowardice, COVID-19 & Podcasts

  By LeiLani Cauthen Ivory Soap?  Yes, but first courage and cowardice points leading to one of the great stories that New York’s famed Mad […]

Utilizing Teachers Remotely: Districts Find New Ways to Support our Front Line Heroes

Click below to see the virtual discussion Teachers have always been at the center of learning, but what we’re finding is teachers have become even more […]

Determining the Right Plans Based on Your Inventory of Digital Resources

Click below to see this important virtual discussion In this Learning Counsel Emergency National Virtual Discussion, some of our nation’s most successful districts share how […]

New Podcast Episode: What Really Happened with Quarantine & Education

Listen to the new EduJedi Leadership Society Podcast Special Guest: Senator Howard Stephenson, Utah LeiLani Cauthen and Senator Howard Stephenson of Utah discuss concerns about […]

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