Tag Archives: skills gap

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Finding the simple basics of a field with the power to change lives. GUEST COLUMN | by Karen Panetta In computer science class, students learn how to think in a structured and logical manner. This allows them to break down … Continue reading

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Collectively Flourishing

Makerspaces make sense for educating the workforce of tomorrow. GUEST COLUMN | by Randy Swearer  According to the most recent U.S. Department of Labor report, 65 percent of careers that students will be taking on in the future don’t exist … Continue reading

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Education Technology and the Modern Learner

Flexibility, flow, and reimagining how we best deliver quality education to millennials. GUEST COLUMN | by Bobby Babbrah Technology’s impact is often felt immediately by its users but sometimes—especially in education—technology’s innovations do not necessarily take place in “a moment.” … Continue reading

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Engineering the Future

How to land a job as a CEO while in high school. GUEST COLUMN | by Sandeep Hiremath It’s no surprise that a STEM curriculum reaps many educational rewards by exposing students to practical, hands-on learning. For Alaina Pettus, a … Continue reading

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Education’s HR Tech

Can technology help tackle our looming teacher shortage? GUEST COLUMN | by Sarah Silverman Applications for teaching certificates are on the decline, as are enrollments in traditional teacher preparation programs. Conventional wisdom among state leaders says that teacher shortages present an impending … Continue reading

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