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Competing in a Global Economy

Why college and career readiness matters to our students. GUEST COLUMN| by Blair Milam  The United States is a leader in the global economy, yet ranks 14th in the world in cognitive skills and educational attainment. As other countries continue … Continue reading

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Personalized at Scale

Large-scale personalized instruction is not only possible — it’s necessary. GUEST COLUMN | by Lynn Young All children – no matter their learning ability – deserve a curriculum that’s both rigorous and aligned to state standards. That vision can be … Continue reading

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Getting Personalized

Edtech to make personalized learning happen in K-12 schools.  GUEST COLUMN | by Laura Henderson Personalized learning is the education buzz that is sweeping the nation. From the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to the US Department of Instruction, schools, … Continue reading

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Making the Grade

How personalized education practices can empower the next generation of students. GUEST COLUMN | by Richard Brown With all of the next-age consumer gadgets unveiled at the latest technology conferences, stories of the changing retail landscape and ever-advancing practices in … Continue reading

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EdTech’s Next Phase

Empowering teachers to achieve learning success. GUEST COLUMN | by Crystal Hutter Edtech is on fire. So much buzz, so much energy (investment and otherwise), so many ideas, and one of the last sectors to be fundamentally transformed by technology. … Continue reading

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