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Changing of the Guard

A new generation of educational leaders. GUEST COLUMN | by John Jennings Millennials have already left an indelible mark on the education system. Now, the largest generation in the workforce is poised to break into the ranks of school district … 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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The Most Revolutionary Interface of All

Why dashboards are not the answer to school districts’ data needs. GUEST COLUMN | by Vikram Somasundaram Working effectively with data is tricky for any organization, let alone school districts. Before working with data, you need to start with the … Continue reading

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Making Data Matter in Your School or District

Five principles that will help you move from reflection to meaningful action. GUEST COLUMN | by Sejin Mong Over the past five years, I’ve worked with many schools and districts across the United States to collect and take action on … Continue reading

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