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Black Mothers and Microschools

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Microschools have been around for a few decades, but their value rose during the pandemic. An Arizona-based organization, Black Mothers Forum, strives to give students of color opportunities that have eluded them through mainstream education channels. Arizona awarded the Black Mothers Forum micro school $3.5 million in 2021 to develop up to 50 additional […]

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Black Mothers and Microschools

Microschools have been around for a few decades, but their value rose during the pandemic. An Arizona-based organization, Black Mothers Forum, strives to give students of color opportunities that have eluded them through mainstream education channels. Arizona awarded the Black Mothers Forum micro school $3.5 million in 2021 to develop up to 50 additional […]

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Education Technology
Delivering an Alternative to Standardized Tests

As California universities vote to remove standardized tests as a requirement for entry, the focus on traditional means of measurement, such as GPA, still remains popular. While supporters believe standardized testing can’t be replaced, opponents claim tests block real learning and holistic views of children’s performance. But in a world where the school system […]

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Education Technology
The Buying and Selling of American Education

According to a Public School Review article by Kate Barrington from May 2022, the American public education system is not keeping up with the times and is facing many serious problems. Barrington addresses fifteen issues plaguing U.S. education, from lack of funding to challenges with technology and student mental health challenges. Susan Zelman, President […]

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Education Technology
“Unpacking Choice, Student Centered Learning, and Trends in K-12 Education”

In the most recent episode of “The Future of Education“, host Michael Horn had a chat with Adam Newman and Christian Lehr, both executives at Tyton Partners, on student centered learning and the innovation within K-12 schooling. Newman and Lehr are additionally terrific authors of a series of research reports, “Choose to Learn”, a […]

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Education Technology
Inside the Microschooling Movement

Homeschooling, charter schools, boarding schools, traditional schools, and private schools are all terms we are familiar with. But microschooling? Probably not. Microschools are typically made of mixed age groups and often contain 15 students or less with teachers serving in a more guide-based role to help students personalize their learning through projects and hands-on […]

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Education Technology
Philanthropy to Shape and Transform the Future of Education

Leading education in the twenty-first century takes not only a village, it takes the generosity and ingenuity of philanthropy. One organization striving to impact students profoundly and positively is The Overdeck Family Foundation. Overdeck was founded in 2011 by John and Laura Overdeck to provide all children the opportunity to unlock their full potential. […]

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Recognizing the Value of the Skilled Trades
February 1, 2023

People value skilled trades for the everyday necessities they bring to life. From plumbing to electrical, machinists, and construction, trades play a vital role worldwide. They make the world happen. Unfortunately, there is a growing gap in the skilled trades workforce, despite high wages, employer-funded training, readily available positions, and the opportunity to apply […]

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Inflation Rates Ease, But Long-Term Contracts Keep Prices High
February 1, 2023

With inflation rates easing and shipping costs dropping along with several commodities (not eggs), consumers may be wondering why they haven’t seen a noticeable price difference yet. Blame it on supplier contracts. A typical procurement practice is shoring up supplier contracts in advance, which means prices could hold for several months. The longer high prices […]

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The Trend of Procuring Online Education Intervention Solutions
February 1, 2023

Education systems that have taken a metered approach towards spending for instruction materials are also using this methodology to procure online education intervention solutions. Estimates put the overall global Online Tutoring Market at 6.52 Billion in 2021, and experts believe that number could reach over 19 Billion a year by 2030. And while online […]

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Latest Behind the Screens

Behind the Screens
Behind the Screens with the Dallas Stars: The Psychology Behind Fan Participation
March 29, 2019

First-time attendees are common at hockey games in Dallas. Therefore, the Stars’ entertainment team realizes that it has just the duration of one game to make an impression on as many people as possible. “Dallas, being a non-traditional hockey market there’s a lot of room, presentation and production-wise, for deviation from whatever the norm […]

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Behind the Screens with the Dallas Stars: How Content Creates A Rivalry

Although it is being phased out of the game as the years go on, fighting is still something hockey is known for. A well-timed bout can change the trajectory of a game, and it is a major moment for fans in the stands. When fisticuffs are exchanged, the Dallas Stars entertainment team jumps at […]

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Behind the Screens with the Dallas Stars: The Star Away From the Ice

It takes an entire team of people to create the atmosphere that the Dallas Stars produce each night. Still, there is a face of the operation, and that is Celena Rae. The anthem singer and in-game host appears frequently during each event and is perhaps the busiest person in the organization on game day. […]

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Behind the Screens with the Dallas Stars: MVP (Most Valuable Puck)

It is hockey tradition that the three stars of each evening’s match are recognized by the fans. One at a time, each star takes a step back onto the ice and raises his stick to salute the fans who remain in attendance after the final buzzer. In the Dallas Stars’ control room, the entertainment […]

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Behind the Screens
Behind the Screens with the Dallas Stars: MVP (Most Valuable Puck)
March 22, 2019

It is hockey tradition that the three stars of each evening’s match are recognized by the fans. One at a time, each star takes a step back onto the ice and raises his stick to salute the fans who remain in attendance after the final buzzer. In the Dallas Stars’ control room, the entertainment […]

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Behind the Screens with the Dallas Stars: Calling the Shots

Some of the most important members in the Dallas Stars organization do not see a game in-person the entire season. Such is the case with Video Director Terri McCormack. Her chair is just around the corner from the ice, but since 2006 she has been executing each home game’s content plan from the control […]

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Behind the Screens with the Dallas Stars: Changing the Atmosphere on the Fly

The Stars may not have turned Dallas into a pure ‘hockey town’ but they have endeared themselves to the people of their city because of pure entertainment. Win or lose, the expectation is to give the fans a positive memory. This becomes more difficult when the team trails 3-0, but the entertainment must stick […]

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Behind the Screens with the Dallas Stars: How Fans Light Up The Ice

With 41 regular season home games each year it can be hard to make every event a unique experience. The jumbotron is universally accepted as the method of choice for entertainment directors of American professional sports teams, but the elite ones find ways to engage fans in a new way. The Stars have done […]

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Behind the Screens with the Dallas Stars: How Fans Light Up The Ice
March 15, 2019

With 41 regular season home games each year it can be hard to make every event a unique experience. The jumbotron is universally accepted as the method of choice for entertainment directors of American professional sports teams, but the elite ones find ways to engage fans in a new way. The Stars have done […]

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Behind the Screens with the Dallas Stars: How Grubes Gets Fans in the Groove

In most sporting arenas, music is used as a way to simply fill lulls in the action. For Dallas Stars DJ Michael Gruber, it is an opportunity to create a moment that fans will remember long after the event ends. The witty disc jockey has developed a cult following in Dallas due to his […]

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Behind the Screens with the Dallas Stars: An Entertainment Experience that Goes Beyond the Ice

When leaving a professional sporting event, the chatter of exiting fans is often dominated by the turning points of that night’s game. Even an unaware pedestrian can determine the outcome of a match based on the tone and timbre of the surrounding conversations. As can be expected among passionate fans, the difference between a […]

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Latest Dig Your Heels In

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Dig Your Heels In: A Working Woman’s Series with Jackie Pasierbowicz
April 20, 2022

“Female” and “construction” are two words that are not typically paired. But Jackie Pasierbowicz, VP of Global Sales and Marketing at TAS Energy, is helping change this. Pasierbowicz discussed the current gender dynamic in the industry and how to promote female involvement with Host Gabrielle Bejarano. Pasierbowicz started in the software industry and moved to […]

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Dig Your Heels In: A Working Woman’s Series with Amber Clore

When it comes to the world of interior design, Amber Clore, Owner of A.Clore Interiors is recognized as one of the best. Having found her passion at a young age, Clore spent her early days working on home projects while her peers were hanging out at the local playground. Clore graduated from Florida State University […]

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Dig Your Heels In: A Working Woman’s Series with Allison Grealis

There are a number of industries that have historically had a disproportionate amount of male or female workers. Women dominate education and healthcare while more men have worked in construction and the manufacturing industry. To meet this difference, Allison Grealis, President and Founder of the Women in Manufacturing Association (WiM), combines her 22 years of […]

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Latest Dig Your Heels In - Season 2

Dig Your Heels In - Season 2
Dig Your Heels In: A Working Woman’s Series with YiDing Yu
June 25, 2022

YiDing Yu is the CMO at Olive, a practicing physician, published researcher, and serial entrepreneur. As a female in the healthcare and tech industries, she’s excited about the growth of women in healthcare. Yu said she grew up with a ton of interests. She knew she wanted to be a doctor when she was little. […]

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Dig Your Heels In: A Working Woman’s Series with Rachel Neill

As any parent knows, keeping kids occupied without using technology can prove to be quite challenging. Screen time continues to be on the rise with the increase in computers and smartphones replacing textbooks in the classroom. The global pandemic brought this to a head with quarantines and school closures necessitating the use of technology to […]

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Dig Your Heels In: A Working Woman’s Series with Amy Czuchlewski

Amy Czuchlewski grew up around tech. Her father was an engineer, and her brothers and sister followed in his footsteps. After a high school aptitude test pushed her to study Computer Engineering at the University of Michigan, it was a total surprise to her that women were in the minority. “It hadn’t occurred to me […]

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Dig Your Heels In: A Working Woman’s Series with Jolene Delisle

A captivating story is often vital in building a successful business. Jolene Delisle, Founder and Head Creative at The Working Assembly, a branding and creative industry for clients at various life stages, recognized the need for brands to refine, synthesize, and market themselves throughout their life cycles using storytelling. Delisle sits down with host Gabrielle […]

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Dig Your Heels In - Season 2
Dig Your Heels In: A Working Woman’s Series with Jolene Delisle
June 3, 2022

A captivating story is often vital in building a successful business. Jolene Delisle, Founder and Head Creative at The Working Assembly, a branding and creative industry for clients at various life stages, recognized the need for brands to refine, synthesize, and market themselves throughout their life cycles using storytelling. Delisle sits down with host Gabrielle […]

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Latest Made in America

Made in America: Bringing Microchip Production Back to America
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Made in America: Bringing Microchip Production Back to America
January 19, 2022

It’s no mystery why and how the supply chain disruption occurred during the pandemic; however, the million-dollar question is: how to fix and prevent it. Premio’s Product Marketing Director, Dustin Seetoo, and Executive Vice President, Kevin Wu, and Intel’s Supply and Demand Manager, Jennifer Bressler, discussed how the companies are combatting this issue with hosts […]

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Made in America: A New Age of Infrastructure with McElroy Manufacturing

America’s infrastructure was built during a golden era and economic boom in the wake of WWII. Now, more than seven decades later, that infrastructure is approaching the end of its service life. In fact, this year’s Infrastructure Report Card from ASCE gave the U.S. a C-, and the effects will continue to be felt. The […]

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Will Manufacturing “Reshore” To Fix Supply Chain Bottlenecks?

Key Points: Many companies have evaluated moving out of China due to rising labor costs over the past ten years. The supply chain structure in certain sectors of production, like for semiconductors, makes it very difficult to move production. Aaron Alpeter believes manufacturing will come back to America in a big way over the next […]

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Made in America feat. PanTech Design

America’s energy infrastructure is aging. That’s a problem on many levels, but, at its core, it means we’re getting further and further away from meeting rising demand. The innovations of the future are exciting, but they need power to match. Without it, our grid is hamstrung. Companies looking to meet this challenge head on […]

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Energy
Made in America feat. PanTech Design
August 10, 2021

America’s energy infrastructure is aging. That’s a problem on many levels, but, at its core, it means we’re getting further and further away from meeting rising demand. The innovations of the future are exciting, but they need power to match. Without it, our grid is hamstrung. Companies looking to meet this challenge head on […]

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The History of the Time Delay Safe: Made In America Bonus Clip

MarketScale’s award-winning original series, “Made in America,” hits the highways and byways of our country seeking out American-made, American-proud companies that are the backbone of our great nation. Over the course of the Tidel episode of MarketScale’s Made In America series, we learned a lot about the diligence and quality Tidel puts into its products. In this […]

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Made In America: FSG

Often, the first thing that draws you into a business is its sign. Whether it’s a restaurant sign off of the highway offering a much-needed meal or a gigantic sign on the side of a stadium, a sign is the biggest indicator to customers that a business is open. But, too many times, it’s […]

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Made In America: FSG, Coming April 23rd

Why Stay in America? In today’s global marketplace, there are still companies surviving and thriving right in our own backyard. We’re hitting the road in search of America’s most interesting companies to answer one question: Why are you proud to be made in America? Manufacturing with Homegrown Roots Often, the first thing that draws you […]

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Made In America: FSG, Coming April 23rd
April 16, 2020

Why Stay in America? In today’s global marketplace, there are still companies surviving and thriving right in our own backyard. We’re hitting the road in search of America’s most interesting companies to answer one question: Why are you proud to be made in America? Manufacturing with Homegrown Roots Often, the first thing that draws you […]

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Made In America: Tidel

As Carrollton, Texas’s business sector booms and retail establishments drive that growth, one company keeps everything moving forward – Tidel. A provider of cash-management solutions that secure and automate retail cash environments to help retailers improve efficiency, reduce risk and boost profit, Tidel has decades of experience helping retailers that are the cornerstone of communities […]

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Made In America: Tidel, Coming April 9th

As Carrollton, Texas’s business sector booms and retail establishments drive that growth, one company keep the whole thing in motion – Tidel. A provider of cash-management solutions that secure and automate retail cash environments to help retailers improve efficiency, reduce risk and boost profit, Tidel has decades of experiences helping the retailers that drive not […]

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How Lexington Brewing Is Leaving Their Mark In Bourbon Country: Made In America Bonus Clip

On Made in America, the focus is the businesses that choose to remain at home and drive the U.S. economy from within. Before the Town Branch Distillery had the honor of being the first distillery built in Lexington proper in more than 100 years, parent company Alltech built a reputation in the beverage industry […]

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Latest MarketScale Mornings

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Development and Engineering Services That Push Innovations to Market: MarketScale Mornings
March 5, 2020

On this episode of MarketScale Mornings, hosts Taylor Bagley and Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin were joined by Paragon Innovations CEO and Founder Mike Wilkinson.   Founded in 1990 and counting companies like 3M, Hitachi, Medtronic, Motorola, and Siemens as clients, Paragon is one of the nation’s leading providers of turn-key product development and innovation […]

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The Evolution of Vari and Rebranding Workspace Innovation

On this episode of MarketScale Mornings, hosts Tyler Kern and Daniel Litwin were joined by Vari CEO Jason McCann. Vari, formerly Varidesk until a rebranding earlier this year, is a workspace innovation company based in Dallas, Texas. The company’s mission is to create workspaces that elevate people, and Vari boasts 350 employees, millions of customers […]

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The Power of Original B2B Content: MarketScale Mornings

On the latest episode of MarketScale Mornings, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin and host Taylor Raglin sat down for a discussion on all things original B2B content. In particular, the discussion turned to narrative-based content, such as the new Microdrones series, Down to Earth. Litwin and Raglin were joined by Matt Rosenbalm, Microdrones Sales Manager, […]

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What is the Future of AR and VR in Education?

On this episode of MarketScale Mornings, zSpace Senior Director, Sales Kevin Dougherty joined Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin and B2B Media Producer Tyler Kern live in MarketScale’s Trinity Studio. zSpace is a highly engaging augmented reality and virtual reality learning platform designed with K-12 cross-curricular lessons in mind, and zSpace trainings are designed to ensure […]

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Education Technology
What is the Future of AR and VR in Education?
February 13, 2020

On this episode of MarketScale Mornings, zSpace Senior Director, Sales Kevin Dougherty joined Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin and B2B Media Producer Tyler Kern live in MarketScale’s Trinity Studio. zSpace is a highly engaging augmented reality and virtual reality learning platform designed with K-12 cross-curricular lessons in mind, and zSpace trainings are designed to ensure […]

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Why Your Next Classroom Instructor Might Be a Robot

It is no longer debatable that technology is driving the standard of the modern day learning environment. From robots to online learning solutions, education today is officially changing. Hosts Tyler Kern and Geoffrey Short sat down with Robokind CEO Val Loomer to chat about robotics and AI and how are impacting the industry. The three also discussed […]

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Latest Run the Pass

Food & Beverage
How the Hospitality Staffing Landscape Changed
August 16, 2021

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   Workforce management has always been a challenge in hospitality. […]

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Creating A Vibe With Chronic Tacos

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   On this episode of Run The Pass, Host Andre […]

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How a Fourth Generation Butcher is Ready to Help People Eat Less Meat

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   The art of butchery was Cara Nicoletti’s birthright in […]

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Addressing Burnout In The Restaurant Industry

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   Over the past year, workers in the restaurant industry […]

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Food & Beverage
Addressing Burnout In The Restaurant Industry
June 21, 2021

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   Over the past year, workers in the restaurant industry […]

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From Burger King to Top Chef: How A Self-Taught Chef Worked His Way Up Through Michelin Star Restaurants

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   On this episode of Run The Pass, Host Andre […]

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Competition Cooking Tests if Chefs Have The Chops

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   On this episode of MarketScale’s Run the Pass, host […]

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How Can You Ensure Your Food Truck Concept Has Wheels?

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   Launching a new food concept is never easy. The […]

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Food & Beverage
How Can You Ensure Your Food Truck Concept Has Wheels?
May 17, 2021

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   Launching a new food concept is never easy. The […]

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A Taste of Global Cuisine with a World-Renowned Flavor Expert

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   Without flavor, every bite would be much less enjoyable. […]

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How Can Restaurants Scale to Meet New Demand?

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   On this episode of Run the Pass, host and […]

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Navigating Diverse Food Scenes and Elevating Kitchen Culture

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.     A chef’s journey can take many twists and […]

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Latest Say Yes To Travel

Travel Restrictions Have Been Lifted, Will Medical Tourism Continue to Thrive
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Travel Restrictions Have Been Lifted, Will Medical Tourism Continue to Thrive
December 14, 2021

Why is a nurse being featured on the Say Yes to Travel podcast? Well, Kelly Greytok, RN concierge nurse specializing in plastic surgery recovery, started out as a golf course coordinator straight out of college and then became a nurse. Greytok explained to Host Sarah Dandashy that she combined her love for travel with […]

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Here’s How Destination Weddings Will Guide Hotel Business Models in 2022

Celebrating stories of love in beautiful locations sounds like a dream job, and it is for Karen Bussen, the exclusive designer for Weddings by Palladium. Bussen joined Say Yes to Travel host Sarah Dandashy to talk about her experience and what’s trending for destination weddings in 2022. Bussen’s roots are in the hospitality industry, and […]

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Supporting Hospitality from the Inside Out

The hospitality industry continues to evolve, and the people behind it do so, too. Joining Sarah Dandashy on Say Yes to Travel was Dan Ryan, Co-Founder of Agency 967. Ryan is a lifelong entrepreneur, industry expert, and host of the podcast Defining Hospitality. After falling in love with hospitality, Ryan spent 20 years selling and sourcing […]

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27% of Consumers Are Stuck in the Loyalty Program Dark Ages. Can Hospitality Brands Get Them More Engaged?

In this episode of Say Yes to Travel, Host Sarah Dandashy invited Jon Wolfe, CEO of House Advantage on the show. The two discuss Wolfes’ background in the gaming industry, his move to owning businesses that center on a consumer loyalty program and understanding consumers’ habits. They later dive into the importance of using the […]

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27% of Consumers Are Stuck in the Loyalty Program Dark Ages.
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27% of Consumers Are Stuck in the Loyalty Program Dark Ages. Can Hospitality Brands Get Them More Engaged?
November 23, 2021

In this episode of Say Yes to Travel, Host Sarah Dandashy invited Jon Wolfe, CEO of House Advantage on the show. The two discuss Wolfes’ background in the gaming industry, his move to owning businesses that center on a consumer loyalty program and understanding consumers’ habits. They later dive into the importance of using the […]

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Is the Hotel of the Future Based on Digital Assets?

Key Points: A hotel concept around digital assets could create revenue. Bringing digital assets to a physical space could appeal to many. The concept includes a crypto trading floor as the main attraction. Commentary: The pandemic pushed the hospitality industry to the brink. However, crisis often breeds innovation and creativity. So, what’s next for […]

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Will Ecotourism Factor in to Peoples Travel Plans in 2022?

Driven by consumer desires for new experiences, innovative technologies and environmental impacts – travel is changing. Host Sarah Dandashy explores the technologies and logistics that power travel and the brands that build unforgettable experiences.   Jadine Yarde, CEO of Nevis Tourism Authority (NTA), showed off her city to Host Sarah Dandashy by letting the backdrop speak for […]

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Sustainable Travel is Proving More Important Than Ever Post Pandemic

Driven by consumer desires for new experiences, innovative technologies and environmental impacts – travel is changing. Host Sarah Dandashy explores the technologies and logistics that power travel and the brands that build unforgettable experiences.   Sustainable travel has a new energy around it, as most of the world rethinks what it means to be a citizen of […]

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Sustainable Travel is Proving More Important Than Ever Post Pandemic
April 8, 2021

Driven by consumer desires for new experiences, innovative technologies and environmental impacts – travel is changing. Host Sarah Dandashy explores the technologies and logistics that power travel and the brands that build unforgettable experiences.   Sustainable travel has a new energy around it, as most of the world rethinks what it means to be a citizen of […]

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Latest StudioDocs

Architecture & Design
Building Blocks of Safety: Why Technology is Crucial for Creating Safer Construction Sites
July 5, 2022

Construction sites are inherently dangerous and with conditions changing daily from site-specific changes to weather conditions, it can be difficult to keep employees and contractors safe. In fact, 1061 employees died working in construction throughout 2019. Injuries for the same year were recorded at 79,660 with falls, slips, and trips accounting for more than 30% […]

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Safety Through Technology: The Future of Emergency Pro AV

The need for emergency management mass notification systems is not new. For centuries, humans have worked to alert one another of impending dangers. From bonfires to church bells to sirens the instinct to protect human life and property is strong. In 1963, the Kennedy Administration introduced the Emergency Broadcast System to the U.S. infrastructure to […]

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Track and Trace: Revolutionizing the Retail Industry’s Supply Chain With RFID

When it comes to retail operations, RFID technology has most frequently been used to track and trace inventory onsite. However, the potential for this technology to transform end-to-end supply chain logistics is very real. “Radio frequency identification, or RFID, offers a more accurate and much faster way to capture data in any track and trace […]

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Season 4
Create Your Own Studio Doc
July 2, 2022
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Plug and Play: The Obstacles and Opportunities for Electric Vehicle Charging

People have been debating the existence and potential impact of global warming for decades. Despite this fact and amid ever-increasing evidence, little has been done to change the trajectory of the future when it comes to getting electric vehicles on the road. However, the rise in natural disasters, eroding seacoasts, and the fact that experts […]

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Unlocking BVLOS: Expanding Drone Use Cases to New Horizons

As of 2022, the regulations in place monitoring and restricting drone operations within the U.S. air space have become a hindrance to maximizing the benefits of current drone technology. BVLOS, otherwise known as beyond the line of sight, flights are difficult, if not, nearly impossible to execute despite the potential for these flights to truly […]

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The Fan Connection: The Impact Connectivity Has on the Fan Experience

There’s really nothing quite like going to a live sporting event. From football to soccer, baseball to basketball, and every sport that is played in a traditional venue, cheering along with a roaring crowd for a favorite team or player is an experience like no other. And today’s fans want even more – connected to […]

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Season 3
The Fan Connection: The Impact Connectivity Has on the Fan Experience
June 1, 2022

There’s really nothing quite like going to a live sporting event. From football to soccer, baseball to basketball, and every sport that is played in a traditional venue, cheering along with a roaring crowd for a favorite team or player is an experience like no other. And today’s fans want even more – connected to […]

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Pixels and Mortar: Examining the History and Future of LED

It’s hard to imagine the days when the sun used to be our only source of natural light. Since we’ve attempted to harness light in our societies, we’ve reigned in both the power of fire and electricity as game-changers for humanity’s lighting needs. Even within the most recent stretch of light bulb-powered society, lighting technology […]

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The Future of LEED Certification and Construction

LEED certification, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a comprehensive rating system that green-focused companies aim for in the construction of their buildings. Abiding by the guidelines to meet this certification not only comes with the honor of being recognized as a company that places an importance on environmental safety, but also for […]

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Trading Up: The Rise of the Trades in B2B

Astronaut, singer, dancer, President of the United States – the future careers children dream about inspired by popular children’s media. But as children grow, they are encouraged by adults, as well as society, that they need to focus on realistic career paths that lead to a respectable profession. Encouraged to pursue popular career paths that […]

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Latest The Energy Exchange

Energy
How AT&T Tackled Its Carbon Footprint: The Energy Exchange
October 13, 2021

On this episode of The Energy Exchange, Host David Hidinger talked with John Schulz, Director of Sustainability Integrations at AT&T. They talked about Schulz’s career, how he got into his current role, and his role in helping AT&T lead the way in sustainability. “I’ve been really lucky,” Schulz said. “I’ve had the chance to do […]

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Exploring AT&T’s Commitment to Renewable and More Efficient Energy Use

“Since 2010, we’ve completed over 100,000 energy efficiency projects.” How are key stakeholders driving change in energy? Many are forging a path to renewable energy, carbon neutrality, and leveraging data and technology to be more energy efficient. Discussing AT&T’s journey, Energy Exchange host David Hidinger spoke with the company’s Director of Global Environmental Sustainability, Shannon Carroll. […]

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How Are Organizations like AT&T Working toward Carbon Neutrality?

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life. […]

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What is In Store for the Future of Energy?

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life. […]

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Energy
What is In Store for the Future of Energy?
July 29, 2021

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life. […]

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Could New Technology Pioneer an Entirely New Era of Seawater Mining?

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life. […]

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How to Get Perfect Power in the Home

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life. […]

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What Will The Home Of The Future Look Like?

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life. […]

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What Will The Home Of The Future Look Like?
July 7, 2021

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life. […]

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How to Use IoT to Manage the Energy Grid

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life. […]

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Protecting America’s Cyber Infrastructure

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life. […]

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How To Build Sustainable Cities

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life. […]

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Delivering an Alternative to Standardized Tests
January 23, 2023

As California universities vote to remove standardized tests as a requirement for entry, the focus on traditional means of measurement, such as GPA, still remains popular. While supporters believe standardized testing can’t be replaced, opponents claim tests block real learning and holistic views of children’s performance. But in a world where the school system […]

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The Buying and Selling of American Education

According to a Public School Review article by Kate Barrington from May 2022, the American public education system is not keeping up with the times and is facing many serious problems. Barrington addresses fifteen issues plaguing U.S. education, from lack of funding to challenges with technology and student mental health challenges. Susan Zelman, President […]

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“Unpacking Choice, Student Centered Learning, and Trends in K-12 Education”

In the most recent episode of “The Future of Education“, host Michael Horn had a chat with Adam Newman and Christian Lehr, both executives at Tyton Partners, on student centered learning and the innovation within K-12 schooling. Newman and Lehr are additionally terrific authors of a series of research reports, “Choose to Learn”, a […]

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Inside the Microschooling Movement

Homeschooling, charter schools, boarding schools, traditional schools, and private schools are all terms we are familiar with. But microschooling? Probably not. Microschools are typically made of mixed age groups and often contain 15 students or less with teachers serving in a more guide-based role to help students personalize their learning through projects and hands-on […]

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Inside the Microschooling Movement
December 12, 2022

Homeschooling, charter schools, boarding schools, traditional schools, and private schools are all terms we are familiar with. But microschooling? Probably not. Microschools are typically made of mixed age groups and often contain 15 students or less with teachers serving in a more guide-based role to help students personalize their learning through projects and hands-on […]

Read More
Philanthropy to Shape and Transform the Future of Education

Leading education in the twenty-first century takes not only a village, it takes the generosity and ingenuity of philanthropy. One organization striving to impact students profoundly and positively is The Overdeck Family Foundation. Overdeck was founded in 2011 by John and Laura Overdeck to provide all children the opportunity to unlock their full potential. […]

Read More
Assessment in Our Education System: A Barrier and an Opportunity

In today’s time-based education system, Students take tests and receive assessments based on those results. But what are the takeaways and feedback for students? Do students understand the results, where they went right, or where they went wrong? What are the quality levels of these assessments, and do they provide opportunities to improve a […]

Read More
The Future of Education: Disrupting the School Bus

Education has evolved phenomenally in recent years, but some structures around it need to catch up. Dated school bus operations are a significant sticking point in the education transformation. A nationwide school bus driver shortage is only compounding these challenges (Education Week). Even in traditional school schedules, students need to be able to get […]

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The Future of Education: Disrupting the School Bus
November 28, 2022

Education has evolved phenomenally in recent years, but some structures around it need to catch up. Dated school bus operations are a significant sticking point in the education transformation. A nationwide school bus driver shortage is only compounding these challenges (Education Week). Even in traditional school schedules, students need to be able to get […]

Read More
The Future of Education: What is Modern Pedagogy and What Does it Mean?

Education expands and transforms when new ideas, methods, and practices occur in the classroom. Modern pedagogy incorporates strategies to enhance the overall education experience. Blended/ hybrid learning are two key elements that have recently contributed developing new pedagogy. With so much transformation in the education space, it can take time to see a clear […]

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Ushering in a New Era of Education with Pierre Dubuc

In May of 2022, the U.S. Department of Labor approved the launch of four Registered Apprenticeship Programs (RAPs) by OpenClassrooms, a French-Based education-to-employment platform. These four programs (Data Analyst, Digital Marketer, Help Desk Technician, and Application (Software) Developer) will provide increased opportunities for individuals seeking to advance their careers and help employers fill crucial […]

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The Future of Education: NCEE’s Blueprint for Reinventing Schools

Founded in 1988, the NCEE (National Center on Education and the Economy) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping states, districts, and schools discover, design, and lead high-performing education systems. The organization does this by studying school systems worldwide to gain insights into best practices and what does and does not work. The goal […]

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The Install: Bringing A New Stadium To Life Coming Soon
March 12, 2020

In this special episode of The Install, MarketScale will take you inside one of the world’s newest event spaces with some decidedly old-school roots – Dickies Arena. Dickies Arena is Fort Worth’s latest attraction, set to bring new life to the city’s famous stock show and rodeo and bring world-traveling headliners to Cowtown. In […]

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The Team Behind The Install: Garrett Walker

Meet the Team: Garrett Walker Who They Are: Co-Owner, Crown Design Group What They Do: As Crown Design’s co-owner, Garrett got his start in the industry by being a technical director at a church that required high end production needs. Despite the large size of the church, the media department was all hands on deck and through […]

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Moth to the Flame: The Install Bonus Clip

When racing against time to bring a supersized, realistic and stunning AV installation to life, there are bound to be challenges. Deadlines, power supply roadblocks, cooperation, and more make for long days and nights. But what about bugs? On this bonus clip from The Install, you’ll get an inside look at the crew from […]

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Meet the Team Behind The Install: Ben Graham

Meet the Team: Ben Graham Who They Are: Co-Owner, Crown Design Group What They Do: As Crown Design’s co-owner, Graham works on AV installations that inspire. He entered the AV industry after a lengthy path that included over a decade of touring with his band and, after his life on the road came to […]

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Meet the Team Behind The Install: Ben Graham
February 21, 2020

Meet the Team: Ben Graham Who They Are: Co-Owner, Crown Design Group What They Do: As Crown Design’s co-owner, Graham works on AV installations that inspire. He entered the AV industry after a lengthy path that included over a decade of touring with his band and, after his life on the road came to […]

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The Install, Episode 1: A MarketScale Pro AV Original Series

Businesses around the country are investing in audiovisual technology to bring their brands to life. From Times Square to the bright lights of Las Vegas, we’re getting an inside look into what makes these projects must-see attractions. Holiday in the Sun We begin in Bradenton, Florida, where we’ll see how the Crown Design Group is constructing […]

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The Install: A MarketScale Pro AV Original Series

Businesses around the country are investing in audiovisual technology to bring their brands to life. From Times Square to the bright lights of Las Vegas, we’re getting an inside look into what makes these projects must-see attractions. We begin in Bradenton, Florida, where we’ll see how the Crown Design Group is constructing an interactive experience […]

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The Weekly Scale: June 21st, 2021
June 21, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we held a major press conference on the future of retail, hosted a true legend of education, and examined what “retailtainment” will look like in 2022. That’s making my wallet cringe. Break out the ice chests for the dog days of summer— it’s time to scale up. Walmart launched big news […]

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The Weekly Scale: June 14th, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we dropped in on our newest series, explored how consumer behavior has changed, and filmed the pilot episode of The Next Great American Food Franchise. That’s making me hungry. Break out the iced coffee, because its the start of summer — and it’s time to scale up. Did you catch the […]

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The Weekly Scale: May 31st, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we kicked off a new series with post-show drinks, explored the labor shortage companies are facing, and filmed the pilot episode of our newest original series – The Next Great American Food Franchise. Go ahead and cover up your firework burns. It’s the start of a new week, and it’s time […]

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The Weekly Scale: May 24th, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we kicked off a new series with the one and only ASU+GSV Summit, explored the future of the health conceirge, and packed our bags to film the next episode of Made in America- any guesses on who the lucky company is? Go ahead and get yourself that supersized firework for Memorial […]

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The Weekly Scale: May 24th, 2021
May 24, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we kicked off a new series with the one and only ASU+GSV Summit, explored the future of the health conceirge, and packed our bags to film the next episode of Made in America- any guesses on who the lucky company is? Go ahead and get yourself that supersized firework for Memorial […]

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The Weekly Scale: May 17th, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we hosted the first ever Dallas 100 draft, explored the future of last-mile delivery and solved this summer’s travel pain points, so you can sit back, relax and sip on your Mai Tai. Go ahead and get yourself that supersized iced coffee. It’s the start of a new week, and it’s […]

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The Weekly Scale: May 10th, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we’ll launch some of our newest contributor podcasts, explore the conversations powering industrialized construction, and analyze the QSR industry’s growing need for personalized experiences. It’s the start of a new week, and it’s time to scale up. Why is southern California becoming the hub of green transportation? On the latest episode […]

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The Weekly Scale: May 3rd, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we worked on our professional development one block at a time with LEGO, previewed the business side of the NFL draft, and asked how manufacturing will respond to the supply chain shake up. It’s the start of a new week, and it’s time to scale up. The Supply chain has been […]

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The Weekly Scale: May 3rd, 2021
May 3, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we worked on our professional development one block at a time with LEGO, previewed the business side of the NFL draft, and asked how manufacturing will respond to the supply chain shake up. It’s the start of a new week, and it’s time to scale up. The Supply chain has been […]

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The Weekly Scale: April 26th, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we went live every day, featuring everything from industry leaders like Bose to the future of EdTech. We explored the new trends moving our supply chain, and we dove into the differentiators ready to elevate the physical retail spaces of the future. It’s the start of a new week, and it’s […]

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The Weekly Scale: April 19th, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we finish launching some of our newest contributor podcasts, explore the conversations powering industrialized construction, and debate if automation will kickstart career growth. It’s the start of a new week, and it’s time to scale up. The demand for automation and new technology is forcing retail outlets to change how […]

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The Weekly Scale: April 12th, 2021

This week at MarketScale, we explored how 5G is being brought to life, the infrastructure that will power it, and why the edge might be the answer. We also sat down with a global fashion leader, picked an Adobe exec’s brain about the future of education, and more. It’s the start of a new […]

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Black Mothers and Microschools
January 30, 2023

Microschools have been around for a few decades, but their value rose during the pandemic. An Arizona-based organization, Black Mothers Forum, strives to give students of color opportunities that have eluded them through mainstream education channels. Arizona awarded the Black Mothers Forum micro school $3.5 million in 2021 to develop up to 50 additional […]

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Delivering an Alternative to Standardized Tests
January 23, 2023

As California universities vote to remove standardized tests as a requirement for entry, the focus on traditional means of measurement, such as GPA, still remains popular. While supporters believe standardized testing can’t be replaced, opponents claim tests block real learning and holistic views of children’s performance. But in a world where the school system […]

Read More
The Buying and Selling of American Education
January 17, 2023

According to a Public School Review article by Kate Barrington from May 2022, the American public education system is not keeping up with the times and is facing many serious problems. Barrington addresses fifteen issues plaguing U.S. education, from lack of funding to challenges with technology and student mental health challenges. Susan Zelman, President […]

Read More
“Unpacking Choice, Student Centered Learning, and Trends in K-12 Education”
January 9, 2023

In the most recent episode of “The Future of Education“, host Michael Horn had a chat with Adam Newman and Christian Lehr, both executives at Tyton Partners, on student centered learning and the innovation within K-12 schooling. Newman and Lehr are additionally terrific authors of a series of research reports, “Choose to Learn”, a […]

Read More
Inside the Microschooling Movement
December 12, 2022

Homeschooling, charter schools, boarding schools, traditional schools, and private schools are all terms we are familiar with. But microschooling? Probably not. Microschools are typically made of mixed age groups and often contain 15 students or less with teachers serving in a more guide-based role to help students personalize their learning through projects and hands-on […]

Read More
Philanthropy to Shape and Transform the Future of Education
December 5, 2022

Leading education in the twenty-first century takes not only a village, it takes the generosity and ingenuity of philanthropy. One organization striving to impact students profoundly and positively is The Overdeck Family Foundation. Overdeck was founded in 2011 by John and Laura Overdeck to provide all children the opportunity to unlock their full potential. […]

Read More
Assessment in Our Education System: A Barrier and an Opportunity
November 30, 2022

In today’s time-based education system, Students take tests and receive assessments based on those results. But what are the takeaways and feedback for students? Do students understand the results, where they went right, or where they went wrong? What are the quality levels of these assessments, and do they provide opportunities to improve a […]

Read More
The Future of Education: Disrupting the School Bus
November 28, 2022

Education has evolved phenomenally in recent years, but some structures around it need to catch up. Dated school bus operations are a significant sticking point in the education transformation. A nationwide school bus driver shortage is only compounding these challenges (Education Week). Even in traditional school schedules, students need to be able to get […]

Read More
The Future of Education: What is Modern Pedagogy and What Does it Mean?
November 21, 2022

Education expands and transforms when new ideas, methods, and practices occur in the classroom. Modern pedagogy incorporates strategies to enhance the overall education experience. Blended/ hybrid learning are two key elements that have recently contributed developing new pedagogy. With so much transformation in the education space, it can take time to see a clear […]

Read More