Over the last five years, I have enjoyed writing about the future of education, but all things must come to an end. As of November 20, 2018, I will no longer be writing this blog, a decision that I made after much contemplation.

A district reading intervention specialist explains how she makes sense of a sea of data to foster more proficient readers.

Here are four ways that school district IT departments can adopt a more mature and modern approach that will allow them to be more successful, despite having limited resources.

Teachers across the country are fighting back to gain control over their professions. Here's some expert advice that can help.

Every year about this time, I write a series of articles about suicide and bullying prevention, and this year will be no different. I can always count on advocates and education companies from all over the world to send me information about what's new in the field. Out of all the companies and products, NetSupport DNA is the one that resonates with me the most.

Wise educators and other stakeholders need to ask: How best do we prepare students for the coming age of automation?

New California guidelines help teachers and administrators offer targeted remediation and accommodation.

An instructional coaching leader from South Carolina shares how his state is using PLCs, teacher leaders, and video coaching to inspire teachers to improve.

If your goal is to engage and educate students to the greatest extent possible, you need to consider the benefits of an innovative classroom. An innovative classroom will possess several key traits, including:

A retired teacher offers his insights on staying connected with parents and students in and outside the classroom.


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