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A Tremendous Undertaking

Under the hood of report cards at Hillsborough County Public Schools. GUEST COLUMN | by Jon Asbury As school districts have modernized and digitized their instruction, so too have they updated their processes for managing and distributing student performance data. … Continue reading

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Trends | Learning the Millennial Way

Technology is a way of life for Millennials, according to a white paper from Jupiter Ed.  Influences from the technology which they’ve been raised around have branched out to encapsulate all areas of the typical Millennial’s life. “They tend to … Continue reading

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The ABCs of CBE

Five things to think about when transitioning to competency-based education. GUEST COLUMN | by Steve Pappageorge Even as institutions continue to wrap their arms around competency-based education (CBE) – what it means, how one should think about it, and how … Continue reading

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LMS for PD

How professional development is becoming a virtual reality. GUEST COLUMN | by Jordan Barrish I can’t think of anyone who has more of an important role in the future of today’s youth than our teachers—besides their parents, of course. Teachers … Continue reading

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The Data Dilemma in Education

GUEST COLUMN | by Jeremy Friedman The last decade has seen the rise of the Student Information System (SIS) and the Learning Management System (LMS) to help improve the workload of teachers and to help districts better prepare students. For … Continue reading

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