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Social Media Jacked Your Attention And Sold It, How to Get It Back and Thrive

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Tom dives into the challenges of social media as it has created an extractive attention economy. This blog delivers promising solutions that have the ability to turn the table and put people back in charge of their data.

New Legislation to Tackle the Digital Divide

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Beth Holland discusses new bipartisan legislation that has been proposed in the Senate to tackle the Digital Divide.

Is Personalized Learning the Latest Tool To Increase Student Engagement?

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David Ross reflects on how student engagement has evolved over his teaching career and shares insights and strategies that amplify personalized learning through intentional emphasis on increased student agency.

The Critical Role of Universities to Address the Leadership Gap Among Women and Minorities

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By: Dr. Patricia Faison Hewlin. Universities committed to empowering women and underrepresented minorities can build a diverse faculty and administration, promote inclusion and empowerment among all students, and address biases within and outside the classroom.

The Real Value of State Assessments

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Arthur VanderVeen, President and CEO of New Meridian, shares his insights on the power of assessments in ensuring equitable access to quality education that provides tools for continuous improvement and collaboration.

RULER: A Comprehensive Approach to Emotional Intelligence

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Recognizing the importance of social-emotional intelligence and its relation to academic performance, Michael shares RULER's approach and its connection to increased student success.

The World I Want to Live In

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Corey shares the mission for all students to find their calling in this brief excerpt from, Where Students Lead, a film documenting the dramatic student impact of experiential learning at Northeastern University’s Graduate School of Education and the Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) Network of profession-based programs.

Guided Pathways and Meta-Majors

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David Ross discusses how guided pathways and meta-majors programs are being adopted in community colleges and four-year universities and showing broad-scale benefits of such support.

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