Key differences between the new ESSA act and No Child Left Behind

 

We’re big fans of the new ESSA act.

And unless you’ve been on Mars for the past few months you’re likely aware of the new education law that replaced No Child Left Behind.

But what are the differences between the two laws?

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Are you an educator? Read these education blogs now.

Blogs. Education Blogs. Because, now, you’ve got (some) free time.

Earlier this week we gave you a short list of our favorite education focused podcasts.

We’ll assume you’ve devoured those already and are looking for something else to satiate your desire for more information.

Fear not! We’ve got our favorite education blogs that you should start reading now.

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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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5 facts about Gen Z learners that educators need to know

Meet Generation Z students where they are, not where you think they should be

If we, as educators, are not adapting our curriculum and instruction to be in step with what our students expect, then we are performing a gross disservice to them.

In this post we'll look at 5 facts about Generation Z students and what they mean for teachers, administrators and other educational leaders.

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