If we want to overcome learning loss, it is imperative that we maximize efficiency for every student at every level.
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“Overwhelming” seems to be the adjective that educators are using most often to describe the 20-21 school year. The shift in education has been a drastic one, and educators are working long, grueling hours just to keep afloat. At it’s... Read More
Under normal circumstances being a teacher is hard, but in the face of a global pandemic that causes rolling school closures, it feels downright impossible. Educators across the country are scrambling to do their very best to make sure our... Read More
As we began to collaborate with our district partners and what coaching would look like as school buildings remained closed, one thing was clear: they all still wanted a way to support their educators. For so long, educators have agonized... Read More
The results are in for remote learning…It didn’t work This spring, educators worked around the clock, day and night, to transition from onsite to remote learning. Despite their Herculean efforts and to no one’s surprise given the circumstances, reports abound... Read More
Now more than ever, everyone needs a coach! With schools no longer looking the same and instruction taking place in a brick and mortar building for every child, educators are having to figure out how to navigate instructing students both... Read More
We know our public school educators have both a huge challenge and unprecedented opportunity this fall to provide learners and families with the best learning experience ever, and we are making intentional updates to help you make this a reality... Read More
Starting March 13th, our 47 district partners–along with all the other school districts in the nation–made plans to transition from face-to-face instruction to distance learning. This was undoubtedly a heavy lift that most accomplished by working around the clock for... Read More
While discussing the inevitable fallout for public schools from the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. John Craft, Killeen ISD superintendent, said to me: “Here is our #1 concern right now: how do we mitigate the learning loss of this last nine weeks?... Read More