College 2021: Managing the Isolation and Depression

The college experience is based on just that–experience. Students learn to become independent and manage their time, and fend for themselves. Their interactions with their […]

Student Stories: How Distant Learning Is Affecting The Mental Health Of Youth 

“Not only has remote learning created learning difficulties for many students, but it has stripped them of the opportunity to be.” — KS Learning online […]

How to Keep Your Child Safe During Remote Learning

Many children are taking their first steps into cyberspace much earlier than any of us imagined. With schools shuttering around the world for most of […]

Absent Without Leave: America’s Traditional K-12 Learners are Leaving, Costing Schools Hundreds of Millions in Their Wake

By Charles Sosnik Our traditional K-12 students are begging out of attendance at record numbers, often with no notification whatsoever. It’s a trend that began […]

Looking Down the Road in 2021

By Christy Martin Ed.D. Now that the year 2020 is over, we are all breathing a sigh of relief. Most of us are hoping that […]

In Dying Brazil, Is Open EdTech Dying As Well?

Are we ready for this discussion?

The eLearning Quality Imperative

The global eLearning industry has exploded in size within the past decade, and COVID-19 has only further accelerated the number of people that are now […]

Accessibility and Remote Classrooms — Are Your Digital Learning Tools Leaving Students Behind?

Educators around the world are adopting digital learning tools to adjust to new remote educational environments necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, in an effort […]

The 5 Most Common Challenges ESL Learners Face (and How to Solve Them)

For those whose primary language is anything but English, the road to reaching fluency in the latter is anything but smooth. The English language is […]

The Value of Executive MBA Programs Is More Important Now Than Ever

Academic courses like Executive MBA programs (EMBAs) are critical in providing professional development and advanced learning on topics that address the needs and challenges leaders […]

Education is about Relationships

By Tamara Fyke This week I finished reading The Last Battle by C.S. Lewis again.  His writings are lifetime favorites, and even though I know […]

Opinion: What We Need are Community Schools

By Christy Martin, Ed.D. Students are suffering Our highest poverty districts are suffering. Schools are essentially closed in these districts, and students are struggling with […]

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