Female scientists challenge stereotypes | Not the Science Type [A four-part docuseries from 3M]

Female scientists challenge stereotypes | Not the Science Type — from 3M.com Female scientists challenge stereotypes and blaze paths for future generations in this 3M-produced […]

Reflections on “Michigan flags 112 low-performing schools for intensive intervention” + other K12-related items

Michigan flags 112 low-performing schools for intensive intervention — from mlive.com by Matthew Miller Excerpt: “These are the urban high minority districts, right? So they […]

The Justice Gap: The Unmet Civil Legal Needs of Low-income Americans

The Justice Gap: The Unmet Civil Legal Needs of Low-income Americans — from the Legal Services Corporation Legal Services Corporation’s 2022 Justice Gap Report provides […]

Buyer Beware: First-Year Earnings and Debt for 37,000 College Majors at 4,400 Institutions [cew.georgetown.edu]

Buyer Beware: First-Year Earnings and Debt for 37,000 College Majors at 4,400 Institutions — from cew.georgetown.edu Summary: Did you know that in the first year […]

2022 Winners of the LegalTech Breakthrough Awards + several other legal-related items

2022 Winners of the LegalTech Breakthrough Awards — from legaltechbreakthrough.com Categories include: Case Management Client Relations Data & Analytics Documentation Legal Education Practice Management Legal Entity […]

“The Shrinking of Higher Ed” report + two other items from The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Shrinking of Higher Ed — A Special Report from The Chronicle of Higher Education A special report on the implications of the enrollment contraction. […]

Reflections on Proverbs 11:1

Proverbs 11:1 — from biblegateway.com 11 The Lord detests dishonest scales,     but accurate weights find favor with him. From DSC: I thought about this verse the other day […]

Michigan’s public universities have lost 45,000 students since 2011. It’s about to get worse. [Miller]

Michigan’s public universities have lost 45,000 students since 2011. It’s about to get worse. — from mlive.com by Matthew Miller Excerpt: The decline is partly […]

DC: Way to go Sister Sue Ellen!

From DSC: I’m very proud of our sister Sue Ellen — who worked hard to bring this idea/vision/exhibit to reality. Kalamazoo Valley Museum explores media […]

What 4 Atypical Shocks Are Coming in Education? [Gentz]

What 4 Atypical Shocks Are Coming in Education? — from techlearning.com by Susan Gentz Preparing for a potential wild ride in education over the next […]

Arts Integration and STEAM Resources for K-12 Educators — including a new podcast!

Arts Integration and STEAM Resources for K-12 Educators Official Trailer (Art Works for Teachers) Excerpt: Introducing the Art Works for Teacher Podcast Trailer! Get a […]

Bridget McCormick, Michigan Chief Justice Who Has Championed Access-to-Justice Initiatives, Named President of AAA [Ambrogi]

Bridget McCormick, Michigan Chief Justice Who Has Championed Access-to-Justice Initiatives, Named President of AAA — from legaltechmonitor.com by Bob Ambrogi Excerpt: Bridget M. McCormack, who, […]

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