Why don’t we talk more about love in education? In her iNACOL Symposium 2017 keynote, Diane Tavenner tackles childhood insecurity, with love as a solution.
This month marks the next step in my journey to understand how we can disrupt the status quo in education and give the children of America the education they deserve, an education that will set them up for success.
Broccoli is a multicultural, multilingual storybook app that teaches kids about other cultures in six different languages, by telling traditional stories from around the world.
Students in the Alma High DECA program manage a store that has international reach and teaches them management and leadership skills they’ll use for a lifetime.
Students at North Little Rock High School are getting industry-level certified in manufacturing basics in a pilot program unlike any other in the state. The school also currently certifies students as Certified Nursing Assistants and Pharmacy Technicians.
In 2008, I wrote a (now re-discovered) letter about my college financial aid experience. It reminds me we have a long way to go for education equity, but I am hopeful.
This year was my first at SXSWedu, and three topics really got me thinking: Diversity, professional development, and technology. What about you?