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Celebrating Black History Month 

Black history month is celebrated in February. This is an excellent time of year to dedicate our learning to the lives of many famous black Americans. By incorporating technology, your students can learn many skills while learning about various periods.  Collaborative Projects: Using software such as google documents or canvas allows students to create a shared document; […]

How Education Companies and Their Products Can Help Teachers 

How Education Companies and Their Products Can Help Teachers Embracing Educational Technology  How can more teachers integrate educational technology into their classrooms in a productive way that builds on their skills and improves learning?  Teachers and administrators can have misconceptions about what technology usage means for their classrooms because they may not completely understand its […]

How Your Brand Can Support Back-to-School Season

It’s that time of year again, and while the back-to-school bells are echoing through hallways, your brand should be responding to support educators. But it’s no secret that schools need to operate differently than they did even five years ago, so the way that administrators and teachers are connected with the tools they need to […]

How to Pitch to Schools in 2022

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Nothing will be the same for schools after the widespread changes that the COVID-19 pandemic has introduced to classrooms. However, it’s time to move forward, albeit in a different direction, with new information in hand. This goes from the methods that curriculum is taught and extends all the way to the vendors that school districts […]

2023 Educational Funding

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2023 Educational Funding 2023 Educational Funding budget request:  In 2022, the budget request made investments in American education through the American Rescue Plan. This trend will continue into 2023, with more attention given to the apparent inequalities of students. The gap has only been widened because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the transitions that became […]

Higher Education 

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Higher education in America is constantly being pushed in the K-12 system, but what prevents students from continuing their education? 2021 higher education statistics  According to the Education Data Initiative, fewer Americans will be enrolled in postsecondary education in 2021 than in the previous year. The 2.2% decline was the most extraordinary year-over-year drop since 1951. This […]

The Problem of Education Funding Gaps in America

Education in America is notoriously variable, depending on factors like location, average population, income, and many other elements. Among the reasons for fluctuation in quality and access is the noticeable education funding gaps for school districts across the United States. Each state, county, and district has funding requirements and availability, leaving room for wide gaps […]

ARP Educational Funding

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The American public education system is notoriously underfunded in most cases, and the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has only exposed more gaps in the ARP Educational Funding. What the American Rescue Plan is The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 is a government initiative that was developed to help the United States recover from […]

The Importance of Omni-Channel Presence in Modern Edtech Marketing 

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Download our Omni-Channel outreach eBook Today! By this point, the importance of Omni-Channel Presence in modern Edtech marketing has been well established and is no longer an emerging trend. Instead, it has become an absolute necessity to master. Increasing your omni-channel presence is a widely recognized strategy for engaging with prospects and current clients, gathering […]

Global Private Tutoring Market 2022 Trends

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Here are the Global Private Tutoring Market 2022 Trends Market size  Private tutoring differs from after-school programs or tutoring centers because it usually happens in the student’s home with one-on-one attention given by a tutoring expert. According to MarketWatch, the global Private Tutoring market size has increased in 2022 from USD 425.5 million in 2021. […]

Long term Damage of Learning Loss

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Long term Damage of Learning Loss Major Long term Damage of Learning Loss The COVID-19 pandemic was a severe disruption of everyday life, and the academic disruption that students across the country underwent is still being felt today. Adapting to “new normals” and adjusting to never-before-seen instructional methods left many students behind where they would […]

How to Cope with Learning Loss and Promote Recovery

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How to Cope with Learning Loss and Promote Recovery It seems like learning loss is something that is on the mind of every educator in America. And for a good reason. The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic reach far and wide. Still, our students have been experiencing severe learning loss in all subject areas. Tutoring […]

Mental Health Wins for Schools

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Mental health and public schools At the end of February, President Biden spoke in his State of the Union Address about the value of mental health resources in schools. In addition, Biden announced that he would be implementing a strategy to aid the overall mental health crisis in America. This is a part of the Unity Agenda, […]

Students, Staff, and Swiss Cheese?

Teresa Tate My district’s problems could be compared to a slice of swiss cheese. There are many problems, and some problems may appear to be the larger holes while other problems appear much smaller. Concerns include behavior, absenteeism, gaps in learning, lack of substitutes, teacher recruitment, distrust, and overall educator burnout. These are just a […]

SEL Programs – PBIS, etc.

The value of SEL According to the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL), SEL is “the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make […]

Learning Loss: How widespread is it and its effect?

Learning Loss

Learning loss is not a new phenomenon or phrase, but you’ve probably heard it more than ever since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. As students spend more time experiencing non-traditional learning environments, the potential for a gap in their learning increases. But how pervasive is this issue, and how will it impact the future […]

The Rejuvenation of After School Programs

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Why were afterschool programs struggling? One of the main reasons that afterschool programs screeched to a halt in 2020 and 2021 was the lack of funding. Especially for low-income school districts, much of the public school funding went to supporting remote learning programs, leaving less money for tutoring. In order to have afterschool programs during […]

How Schools are Building Tutoring Programs

Administrators have been working to find solutions to bring their learners up to speed, one of which is beefing up tutoring programs in the school. But how is it being done, and is it an effective method? Let’s explore more!  Putting coronavirus relief money to work  During the pandemic, the Biden administration launched the American […]

Digital Literacy

Digital Literacy

Elementary School Resources such as read-aloud, videos, and online activities that encourage students to learn the importance of being a good digital citizen are essential. For example, I have used programs like Google’s internet safety curriculum, Interland. However, I have found it lacks the ethical use component. This required me to supplement with another program. […]

Classroom’s Latest Technology

Classroom's Latest Technology

  Technology is always changing and advancing with new information. When it comes to education tech, it is not far behind. With a hands-on approach, digital tactics are becoming more important in an increasingly online learning environment. Let’s explore some of the newest and latest technologies that teachers are integrating into their classrooms.    Blended […]

Digital Literacy — What’s Changed and What’s NEW

Digital Literacy

In a world that operates increasingly online, digital literacy is becoming increasingly essential to include in K-12 education. Unfortunately, many adults struggle with digital literacy as it is. For example, a 2019 Pew Research study found that 49% of American adults have no idea what private browsing is. However, the same study did find that younger adults […]

School Safety – New Approaches, Technologies + Concerns

School Safety

School Safety – New Approaches, Technologies + Concerns New concerns The meaning of safety changed for the world in general on the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic. Suddenly, it was imperative that social distancing and other preventative measures were being taken to prevent the spread of sickness. Safety has always been important to educators, but […]

How to Improve Communication with Educators

Communication with Educators

Here are some of our suggestions for improving communication with educators in your current roster: 1. Schedule regular check-ins The education sector — especially now — is constantly changing. Remote teaching sessions are becoming the new normal, and teachers are still trying to find ways to cope with this major transformation in their day-to-day. Opening […]

Updated Social Media Landscape: How to Connect with Education Leaders

Social Media

  According to the 2020 Educator Confidence Report created by the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Learning Company in collaboration with YouGov, 73% of teachers feel that the experience with distance learning over the last two years has made it evident that technology in teaching and learning is here to stay. Educators understand the necessity of edtech today, and […]

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