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f all required learning materials, including textbooks, were provided to all students on or before the first day of class, the average price per student of learning materials would drop and students would be more successful.


How education leaders from Jordan and Connecticut are learning and growing in their teaching practices.


There are actually tons of apps designed to help teachers monitor and correct problem behaviors in the classroom. Let's discuss 3 of the best on the market.


Many companies have developed virtual tools for math, which allow students to learn, practice, and have fun with different math concepts. We will discuss ten of the best on the market.


Predictions on the future of education.


In this piece, I discuss the 9 things you should ask yourself before buying an edtech product.


In this piece, I discuss why makerspaces are the perfect addition to public libraries.


In this piece, I discuss the potential for virtual education to transform the field of education as we know it.


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