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Jessica Slusser

Jessica Slusser
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Jessica is a Director at Getting Smart. She focuses on strategic communication, storytelling and marketing. You can connect with Jessica on Twitter at @Jess_Slusser.

Going Beyond Data: 10 Tips for Building a Culture Around Numbers

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Jessica Slusser explains why data-centered cultures work and shares tips on how to build a school culture around numbers.

Improving Teacher Experience; Improving Learner Experience

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Curriculum Associates has made four major updates to i-ready just in time for the start of the back-to-school season to ensure students and teachers have the best possible tools for success.

Advisory Online: The Role of Learning Success Coaches

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ASU Prep Digital chooses to call their advisors Learning Success Coaches. May Huang shares how ASU Prep Digital is providing advisory to their online students and why the word advisor isn't used.

The Impact of ESSA: Identifying Evidence-Based Resources

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What does it mean for education when we focus on evidence-based vs. research-based? Jessica Slusser breaks down the impact of ESSA on America's education system and shares tips in providing the most effective strategic programs for individual districts.

The Future of Work: Building Entrepreneurship Skills in K-12

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In order for students to leave high school and enter college or careers prepared to succeed, they need to possess a set of entrepreneurial skills and be able to articulate their work and what they’re capable of. Skills like design thinking, project management, and simply learning how to work with and for a variety of people are becoming increasingly important.

A Turning Point. South Carolina Rural Schools Find Success.

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Colleton County High and Scott’s Branch have been working to change the I-95 corridor region into a “Corridor of Innovation” instead of a “Corridor of Shame.” These two schools are improving education in their economically depressed communities by implementing new school models that bolster teacher and student capacity and create real-world learning experiences for students.

Students LEAD to Learn (Thanks to New Friday Institute Initiative)

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We all learn differently, and, as adults, we can often advocate for or find solutions to help us find experiences that best fit our learning style. Unfortunately, students often don’t have the resources or even the knowledge to know how to advocate for themselves.

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