CELEBRATING AND FUNDING INNOVATIVE DISTRICTS & EDUCATORS “Future of School” has created a “Resilient Districts” prize . We welcome the CEO and founder of the group , Education Evangelist and activist Amy Valentine to tell us all about it. Enjoy
My friends at the school architectural firm of Fielding International are back with us concerning their work at Magnificat High School in Rocky River, Ohio. My guests Ellen Duff and Danielle Weitzman will be speaking at the upcoming National Coalition
Learn about a great new product from Twig, a company that routinely listens to and meets teachers and students where they are. They are impressive. We’ll hear about their new video-creating, student-voice-oriented product “Twig Create” from two science educators and
Our guest is Brittany Ann Cufaude, former English teacher, now an author and consultant to educators on teacher health and psychological needs in and out of the classroom.
From my friends at Classroom Champions, we shall meet an amazing young woman, two-time Paralympian and bronze medalist in Nordic skiing Brittany Hudak, who works with Classroom Champions to bring a message of resilience and courage to students worldwide. Monique
ACT’s Center for Equity is with us today, featuring Senior Director Dr. Nancy Lewin, on how ACT is specifically reaching out to Latino students and families during the college admissions process.
We love Bookshare from Benetech. They provide reading materials for those with reading challenges FREE for U.S. students with a qualifying need like dyslexia, blindness, etc. It’s an amazing organization.
Marla Wilson , Coalition Director invites us all to meet Sam Whiting , Director of Boeing Global Engagement developing strategies for the future workforce by supporting K-12 education.
We thank 7 Mindsets for introducing us to the educators at Pathfinder High School in Lander WY., a 60-student school of choice for Native people and others in the area.
Thank you, Curriculum Associates! Great topic starring two educators, both named as 2021 Extraordinary Educators; Paul Tarasevich, 8th grade English teacher from Rhode Island, and Joe Flick, Elementary Math Specialist from New York.