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 […]

6 Crucial Strategies for a Successful Virtual Summit

By Devishobha Chandramouli   Virtual events have been rising in popularity steadily over the last few years, but the COVID crisis seems to have skyrocketed […]

How to Help Students Overcome Test Anxiety

  By Carol Henry Historically, standardized testing has always been a widely used tool in schools around the world. However, this method isn’t exactly perfect, and […]

What Are Kids Reading? A Surprising Amount of Nonfiction

By Gene Kerns   Over the last several years, good news about student literacy trends has been hard to come by. Nevertheless, in this year’s […]

Learning Doesn’t Have to Be Held Back by VGA

By Bob Wudeck   The Latest Wireless Presentation Technology Allows VGA-Equipped Classrooms to Take Full Advantage of HDMI and Create State-of-the-Art Learning Opportunities When HDMI […]

Learning Counsel to Present Emergency National Virtual Discussions

  Nation’s education leaders to convene virtually to discuss challenges and create a sense of continuity for America’s learners Beginning April 2nd, the Learning Counsel […]

Going Virtual Overnight: 4 Questions for Administrators to Ask

  By LeiLani Cauthen   Schools and districts are calling the Learning Counsel asking for advice on what to do given they must shut down.  […]

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 […]

Education Leaders Find Red-Hot Success in the Valley of the Sun

One hundred years ago, Phoenix, Arizona was a sleepy little desert city of 29,000 residents. But not anymore. Now America’s fasting growing city and our […]

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 […]

What is Hip? Portland Education is Now Defining the Education Experience

  “Maybe hipper than hip, but what’s hip today might become passé” – Emilio Castillo,John David Garibaldi and Stephen M Kupka, Tower of Power Portland Oregon […]

Learning Impact: The Facilities Manager as an Extension of the Educator

  By Dan Ringo In today’s educational setting facility managers should be seen as an extension of the primary educator. The FM in-charge and their […]

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