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Celebrating Edmund W. Gordon

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Brooklyn Lab celebrates Edmund W Gordon's 100th birthday and circles back on how much he has accomplished for the educational landscape and how impactful his work has been.

The Electric Future Of Education Transportation

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The future of school transportation is electric. By 2030, school buses will make the shift from diesel and its benefits look to be immense.

Preparing for the Future: Building Interest in Computer Science

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The need for students to develop skills in coding and in STEM related fields is growing however there are either real or perceived barriers to providing these opportunities for students. What resources are available?

An Answer to Innovative Education “Beyond the Forest”

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As the world increasingly becomes more interconnected and technologically dependent, are we ultimately leading more purposeful lives? Andreia Mitrea, edupreneur and CEO of Colina Learning Center (CLC), explores an educational model to ensure the answer is YES.

Randy Weiner and James Bailey on The Daily SEL Leader

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Rebecca Midles interviews Randy Weiner and James Bailey about their new book from Corwin, The Daily SEL Leader, a guided experience in daily SEL practice.

What’s the Right High School Size and Structure?

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The size of high school institutions dictate how learners experience their secondary years but are smaller networks of education the answer?

Finding Balance in Professional Learning & Development

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Rachelle Dené Poth shares resources for finding time for professional development and recharging over the summer. 

The New Role of School Tech Leaders in Social-Emotional Health

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As tech use evolves in schools, so does the role of tech leaders who must understand the impact of technology on student learning and well-being.

Dr. Pedro Noguera & Dr. Frederick Hess on Conversations About the Toughest Questions in K-12

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Dr. Frederick Hess and Dr. Pedro Noguera to discuss there new book A Search for Common Ground.

COVID Forced Schools to Innovate: Let’s Build on What They Learned

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Let’s not aspire to return to “normal” and instead use what we have learned and expand promising innovations to better serve all students.

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