Articles by author: Sarah Acre

How Are Unionization Efforts Building In The Auto Industry?

Unions are again gaining steam in the United States, especially in the auto industry. A great example of this is NLRB's battle in reinstating a Tesla employee and union activist and the fight Read more

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How Condiment Supply Chain Shortages Make Or Break A Restaurant’s Flavor Profile
April 19, 2021
Condiments, sauces, and spices significantly impact the flavor profile of a meal. But, with recent issues in the supply chain, restaurants are facing a ketchup shortage. This requires ketchup manufacturers to Read more
The New Tenets of High-Performance Building Design
April 19, 2021
James Forkan is a structural engineer and member of Building Design Experts, and he shared his thoughts on high-performance building design. "So, I think high-performance building design can be Read more
How to Build an Adaptable Workplace Culture
April 19, 2021
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What the Data Says About Innovation in American Schools
May 9, 2019
Innovation is a prevalent buzzword in schools – but what exactly does it mean for education? Do principals and teachers prioritize innovation equally? What drives innovation in schools, and Read more
The Tech is There, But are Teachers Trained to Take Advantage of it?
March 25, 2019
Classroom teachers know that for learners to proficiently apply new information, opportunities for practice and continuous support are necessary. Yet, the pedagogical practices that are known to Read more
How an Astronaut’s Legacy is Giving Innovators a Moonshot
March 19, 2019
Next month, the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Merritt Island, Florida, will host the 12th annual Conrad Challenge Innovation Summit from Tuesday, April 23 to Friday, April 26. Read more
Why the Future of Education All Depends on Data
March 6, 2019
Educators now operate in an environment where big decisions are driven by even bigger data. Part of the role of the teacher in 2019 is to continuously gather and analyze information about student Read more
Why Two Doctors are Rethinking Reading
February 27, 2019
The U.S. faces a dire problem with early reading instruction in schools. Students’ reading abilities at the end of the third grade strongly predict later academic success, and foundational Read more
Is the Classroom More Important Than the Curriculum in Today’s Schools?
February 15, 2019
The appearance of today’s classroom has come a long way since rows of desks set before a teacher at the front of the room defined most pupils’ educational environment. Modernized classrooms Read more
How Schools are Getting Safer One Device at a Time
February 4, 2019
Technology is doing more in classrooms today than improving curriculum and making teachers’ jobs easier – it is also providing groundbreaking security options for districts looking to further Read more
What Google and Amazon Mean for the Future of the Classroom
January 28, 2019
The availability of new virtual assistant and smart device technology for homes has exploded recently. When Apple’s Siri first launched over seven years ago in October of 2011 with the iPhone 4s, Read more
Where Education Professionals Are Going to Learn About the Future
January 18, 2019
The coming month will be host to two exciting conferences that educators can attend to start the year off right. The 39th annual Future of Education Technology Conference will be held during the Read more