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How SEL inspired a transformation in my school
Don't miss this inspirational story of a schoolwide culture shift | In Putnam County Schools, students use a variety of carefully chosen digital resources to meet them where they are
5 edtech tools that take personalized learning to the next level
Don't miss this inspirational story of a schoolwide culture shift | In Putnam County Schools, students use a variety of carefully chosen digital resources to meet them where they are
For today’s schools, a robust communication platform plays a key role in emergency management. Discover how a voice over IP system can connect and secure your school district in every phase of your emergency response plan—from prevention to recovery.
Instant Relevance Podcast
Are you looking for more authentic connections with your students? Listen up | An instructional technology expert shares how to bring your classroom to life
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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.
From the Vault
Teachers: Should you use business tactics for happier classrooms?
Applying 7 actions gleaned from successful business practices could help students and teachers excel in the classroom.
7 elements of successful special education programs
A new study reveals how inclusion for students with disability yields the most successful results in charter school special education programs.
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