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The Evolving Role of School Scheduling

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By: Erin Werra. As we gaze into the future of K12 education, what scheduling changes do we see budding? How are these changes affecting the health of kids—and the community?

Improving Organizational Culture: Discovering Your Core Strengths

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Organizations are comprised of unique individuals with varying strengths and talents who are all working together to carry out the organization’s mission, vision, and personality. Strengths assessments are great tools to help an individual uncover their strengths and talents.

Serving Students With Special Needs: Five Key Values We Instill in Our Leaders

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By: Toni Barton. One graduate school of education shares how they work with leaders to incorporate five values that they've found make a powerful difference in empowering exceptional special education learners.

Podcast: Nick Donohue on Promoting Racial Equity & Fighting Personal, Institutional and Structural Racism

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On today's podcast, the team speaks with Nick Donohue, the CEO and President of Nellie Mae Education Foundation about promoting eqiuty and fighting racism.

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.

The Real Value of State Assessments

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By: Arthur VanderVeen. 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.

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.

Tackling Digital Equity in the Classroom – Strategies for Teachers

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Students in families with low levels of digital literacy do not get exposure to the skills that they need for future success. Join Beth Holland as she addresses this disparity and offers solutions to leverage accessibility that support student learning.

Leading Education Foundation Promotes Race Equity, Vows to Fight Racism

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Tom sits down with Nick Donohue, the president of Nellie Mae Education Foundation, to discuss racial inequities in education and the foundation’s mission to promote racial equity through a more culturally relevant, student-centered approach to grant and policy-making.

Strategies for Tackling Digital Equity

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By: Beth Holland. In this post, we explore digital equity opportunities and strategic initiatives in three critical areas: resources, community, and literacy.

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