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You’re Hired!

In closing the skills gap, building a LinkedIn for the trades. GUEST COLUMN | by Michael Colonnese Employers commonly complain about the lack of skilled workers, particularly in manufacturing. But what if companies are looking in the wrong place? To … Continue reading

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Getting Personal

The role of personalization in online learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Jason Wright Classroom education has come a long way from one-room schoolhouses and chalkboards, largely due to evolving technology. This change is continuing to transform education with advances in … Continue reading

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The Rain in Spain

Surveying the edtech ecosystem in a seat of Latin influence.  GUEST COLUMN | by Raúl Otaolea What’s happening with education and technology in Spain? The implementation of Computer Sciences in Spain is not as advanced as many of us would like. Recently, … Continue reading

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World-Changing Power

Through evolution comes challenges. GUEST COLUMN | by Jazz Gandhum The definition of education is “the process of teaching or learning” – and ever since the dawn of time, education has been central to the evolution of man. People always … Continue reading

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Something More

Technology as a funding priority. GUEST COLUMN | by Naomi McSwain Our wake-up call came at a funders’ forum surrounded by big names like the Annenberg Foundation and California Community Foundation. A representative from Annenberg uttered the stinging words that … Continue reading

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