Tag Archives: skills gap

Real Value

Leveraging edtech to graduate with career-ready skills. GUEST COLUMN | by Becky Fisher Only a few years ago, we judged colleges and universities solely on their ability to attract talented students. The higher the SAT score and GPA, the higher … Continue reading

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Made with Technology

The changing face of manufacturing careers.  GUEST COLUMN | by David Corey  It’s no secret that over the past few decades, the face of manufacturing jobs has dramatically changed – especially when it comes to technology. With a combination of … Continue reading

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The New Normal

A dearth in practical technology skills calls for an online boot camp approach. GUEST COLUMN | by Melinda Barlow Career pathways today are almost unrecognizable from those of twenty or even ten years ago. For many people, the conventional route of education … Continue reading

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Changing World

Tech in the classroom: preparing our students for tomorrow. GUEST COLUMN | by Kevin Wrenn We’ve all heard it a million times in recent years, but it bears repeating: the world is changing and so are the skills young people … Continue reading

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Interview | A Certifiable Success with Ray Kelly

Some people exude a palpable positive energy, and Ray Kelly is one of those folks. At the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in San Diego this past year, his upbeat demeanor was enough to invoke anyone’s curiosity. … Continue reading

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