June 2021: Rethinking Lawyer Regulation [Sandman]

June 2021: Rethinking Lawyer Regulation — by Jim Sandman Excerpts: The National Center for State Courts estimates that in 76 percent of civil cases in […]

#GuildChat for 06/04/21: Theory and Practice in Learning

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, June 4th at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week’s topic is Theory and Practice in Learning. Our work as learning […]

21 jobs of the future: A guide to getting — and staying — employed over the next 10 years [cognizant.com]

21 jobs of the future: A guide to getting — and staying — employed over the next 10 years — from cognizant.com and  the Center […]

A second demographic cliff adds to urgency for change [Schroeder]

A second demographic cliff adds to urgency for change — from insidehighered.com by Ray Schroeder The demographic cliff we have been anticipating since the drop […]

[Virtual premiere screening] Tomorrow’s Hope: The Promise of Early Childhood Education

[Virtual premiere screening] Tomorrow’s Hope: The Promise of Early Childhood Education Free and open to the public. “Tomorrow’s Hope” brings us into the journey of […]

Enrich your history and social studies classes with these resources [educatorstechnology.com]

Enrich your history and social studies classes with these resources — from educatorstechnology.com Excerpt: Below are three websites we are featuring in our blog for […]

A lack of devices but a heroic effort by teachers [Lepkowska]

A lack of devices but a heroic effort by teachers — from global-edtech.com by Dorothy Lepkowska EDUCATE webinar hears how countries coped with the Covid […]

“Endurance is essential” – Flat 70’s fight to support Black visual artists [Brewer]

“Endurance is essential” – Flat 70’s fight to support Black visual artists — from itsnicethat.com by Jenny Brewer Siblings Anthony and Senam Badu founded the non-profit after […]

Even as colleges pledge to improve, share of engineering and math graduates who are Black declines [Newsome]

Even as colleges pledge to improve, share of engineering and math graduates who are Black declines — from hechingerreport.org by Melba Newsome; with thanks to […]

DC: Several items that (again) point out the need to tread lightly with Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence and the future of national security — from news.asu.edu Excerpt: Artificial intelligence is a “world-altering” technology that represents “the most powerful tools in generations […]

How a Discriminatory Algorithm Wrongly Accused Thousands of Families of Fraud [Geiger]

How a Discriminatory Algorithm Wrongly Accused Thousands of Families of Fraud — from vice.com by Gabriel Geiger; with thanks to Sam DeBrule for this resource […]

Celebrating Black History Month [blog.edmentum.com]

Celebrating Black History Month — from blog.edmentum.com Excerpt: February is Black History Month, a time to learn about, reflect on, celebrate and honor the pivotal […]

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