Teaching our Educators

Education will never be the same.

It can’t.

With the digital tidal wave currently crashing down around them, educators are having to re-think and relearn how to educate the students of today.

And often they have to do this by themselves. We can (and should) change that.

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What You Need to Know About ESSA

Recently, we were able to speak with Dr. Paula Love, the RFP Matchmaker, and discuss the implications of the new Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) for school systems as well as industries serving them.  Dr. Love shared valuable information to assist us in serving students.  Here are some highlights to assist you as well and if you are interested in learning more, please download our Infographic ESSA Policy & Funding Update.

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Warning! Are You Sabotaging Your Students?


We are shortchanging our students by choosing education technology that keeps the existing status quo. We should, instead, implement solutions that possess the greatest benefit to the students and teachers.


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Education Innovation Should Come From Educators

The education industry is famous for it's lack of innovation. But the tide is slowly beginning to shift and it's the educators, not the administrators, who are leading the charge for education innovation.

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Week in Review

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Can a Checklist Really Give You a Clear Picture of a Classroom?

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