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We hope everyone had a delicious holiday. Here are some great stories to keep you busy as you feast on leftovers. We are very thankful for the wonderful people who work in K-12! If you’re involved in learning space planning, design, or implementation in higher ed or K12, you should know about FLEXspace, where you can check out innovative formal and informal learning spaces or upload your own. Learn all about FLEXspace during a free webinar hosted by the ISTE Learning Spaces Network on November 28 from 6:00 PM to 6:30 PM (CT).
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Run your meetings edcamp style: The un-faculty faculty meeting
Here's a step-by-step guide to turning your faculty meetings into engaging PD opportunities | Looking for the right reading program for your district? Here's help
Why we love our reading software
Here's a step-by-step guide to turning your faculty meetings into engaging PD opportunities | Looking for the right reading program for your district? Here's help
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How to Keep Your School’s Digital Services Running—5 Ways

Learn how to use RTOs, RPOs and three other elements to keep your school's digital services stay up and running.
Family tech nights can narrow the digital divide
By recognizing the power of families learning together, districts can make a significant difference in school engagement | If leaders spend all of their time in their offices, how will they know what staff, students, and families need?
7 ways to be a more visible leader
By recognizing the power of families learning together, districts can make a significant difference in school engagement | If leaders spend all of their time in their offices, how will they know what staff, students, and families need?
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4 ways your peers get the most from digital books

Discover how four educators are using digital to maximize student agency, personalization, integration and engagement.
3 ways lesson planning is like following a recipe
Do your students eat up your lessons?
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Making Data-Driven Decisions: How Workforce Information Can Help Your School District

Data-driven decision making has become a standard practice in K-12 school systems today. As more school district functions become automated, K-12 leaders are able to collect all kinds of information to help them make better decisions that lead to significant improvements.
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