3 keys to using UDL as a powerful antiracism tool

The idea behind Universal Design for Learning is that students come to us with a unique mix of strengths, weaknesses, values, and lived experiences—and we need to honor these in our teaching.

Schools are making 5 common safety mistakes. But you can fix them.

There is one component of school safety we can control and that’s making sure our buildings are as prepared as possible for active shooters and emergencies.

How data can solve problems to support the growth of hybrid learning

Data and predictive analytics can help district administrators tackle teacher shortages and other challenges to ensure classrooms are thriving.

Can we imagine a future where there are no teacher evaluations?

Let's replace teacher evaluations with short, informal, and more consistent observations powered by video, coaching and collaboration.

How to solve problems that come with putting more counselors in schools

The role of school counselors needs to be clearly stated in legislation so they can use their unique skills to help students, teachers, and families.

We must trust Black women if we are ever going to diversify ed-tech

Only 28% of people working in the tech industry are women, and a staggering 2% of those are Black women. It's time that we must address the challenges Black women face in the tech workplace.

6 ways tech can help protect our children from mass shootings

Recent tragedies prompted the first major gun safety legislation in 30 years. But it’s clear that this problem can’t be solved by our elected officials alone.

How to future-proof education with the convergence of AV and IT

AV-over-IT is about the complete delivery of audio and visual experiences through entirely software-defined workflows on computers through standard, network infrastructure.

3 keys to creating learning cultures that support teacher retention

We should be less concerned about hiring teachers to fill vacancies and more concerned about retaining the teachers we do have.

Choosing new ed-tech? Try asking students what they want

Inviting student perspectives into technology selection is meaningful, and the consequences of not considering student viewpoints can be counterproductive and detrimental to learning.

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