The Fallacy of Educational Data
By Patrick Leonard - life-long educator and EdTech Executive
Mark Twain once said, “There are lies, there are damn lies, and then there are statistics”. In the world of K-12 Education, “statistics” can be used to prove just about anything...
The Path to Mastery Learning
As more and more states and districts adopt educator-directed professional development, micro-credentialing and badging we need to allow for educators to pursue individualized, customized professional learning and document their...
The Moral Imperative of This Year
Coming Back Strong
There is a moral imperative for us as we move though the opening of school in whatever form that business is taking for you.I find myself very conflicted with the personal stress of my own family’s choices around the return to school t...
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