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Public education advocates Rich Long of The Learning First Alliance and Ms. Miranda Beard, president of the national School Boards Association are our guests.
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A lively conversation on School Choice with The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools and The National Catholic Educational Association

P21 on CLOSING THE SKILLS GAP P21 Executive Director David Ross brings with him ,Exemplar School Principal Aaron Brengard from San Jose's Katherine Smith School Presented by NCEA, The National Catholic Educational Association

THE CHANGING GLOBAL FACE OF FLIPPED LEARNING Flipped Learning pioneer Jon Bergmann of Flipped Learning Global with an update on the global reach of Flipped learning Presented by FUNDS FOR LEARNING

Listen to Mary Rarashuk and Barnara Blackburn, great teacher and great advocates.

EDUCATION FOR FUTURE MANUFACTURING RECRUITING A NATION OF MAKERS Rich Long of Learning First brings with him Glenn Marshall of The Association for Manufacturing Excellence PRESENTED BY NSPRA, The... more

Listen to executive director Amy Valnetine as they celebrate their one year anniversary, Get involved, they help educators and students.

APPROACHING PRINCIPALS NATIONWIDE WHAT THEY NEED TO KNOW FROM THE INDUSTRY Great information on what school principals need re Technology and standards from the industry as they make product decisions.... more

SOCIAL STUDIES AND A WELL ROUNDED EDUCATION Larry Paska, Executive Director of NCSS is our guest Presented by HAPARA

THE WHY OF ED TECH....HOW IT IMPACTS THE SCHOOLS, THE COMMUNITY AND STUDENT FUTURES. HERE'S WHAT TAXPAYERS AND BUSINESSES NEED TO UNDERSTAND.

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