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The Uncommon ‘Happy Path’

As thruway to graduation and career success becomes more elusive, mobile can help. GUEST COLUMN | by Brook Bock In edtech software development, we often talk about the “happy path” – a best–case scenario where the student goes through a … Continue reading

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The Five Pillars of Quality EdTech Content

Re-examining the goals and purposes of our arena. GUEST COLUMN | by Nanda Krish For educators, the old standby of textbooks still works in the modern world. However, as educators know, relying solely on books in an age where information … Continue reading

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Data: The Key to Customized Instruction

Laying the cornerstone for the development of educational improvement at every level. THOUGHT LEADERSHIP | by Eliot Levinson and Bruce Thoren In the 1950s public education was a monopoly. Students had to attend their neighborhood schools. Education has evolved into … Continue reading

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Embracing the Dream 

Effectively navigating the college planning, search and application process. GUEST COLUMN | by Justin Shiffman Since the introduction of the GI Bill in 1944, college has been an important part of the American dream, in large part because it is … Continue reading

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The Best Way to Keep Millennials Engaged

Surveyed insights into what drives a new generation to work. GUEST COLUMN | by Darren Shimkus Udemy recently conducted a national survey to find out why organizations have trouble with employee engagement. We discovered that millennials, now the largest generation … Continue reading

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