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Medical Professionals Leave and Join the Industry in Droves. How Should This Shape Healthcare Education?

  The height of the pandemic was an era of unparalleled stress on medical professionals, and this existential moment for US healthcare has had two parallel effects. On one hand, Read more

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US School Districts Are Spending More as Stimulus Deadline Looms
August 15, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- Buoyed by a historic influx of federal pandemic stimulus, the largest school districts in the US are spending more. On average, school district expenses rose 5.4% in fiscal 2023 from a year Read more
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The Challenges Employers Face in Attracting and Hiring Talent Today
August 15, 2022
Attracting and hiring talent is never easy; it is not an endeavor to be taken lightly. But one would be hard-pressed to find an environment where attracting and hiring the right person for an organization was as Read more
Coverage for Preventative Healthcare Hangs in the Balance
August 15, 2022
A court ruling in Texas could remove the mandate for insurance companies to provide free preventative healthcare. Clearsurance.com’s health insurance expert, Melanie Musson, explains how data analysis can help Read more
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Medical Professionals Leave and Join the Industry in Droves. How Should This Shape Healthcare Education?
October 11, 2021
  The height of the pandemic was an era of unparalleled stress on medical professionals, and this existential moment for US healthcare has had two parallel effects. On one hand, Read more
How SEL Needs to Work in Everyday Teaching and Learning
February 23, 2021
Lupita Knittel believes that before we get back normal, whatever that is, education needs to build a new foundation. Forget curricula and assessments, and metrics, the importance of Read more
Why College Curriculum Should Include Data Center Education
February 17, 2021
More people are retiring from data centers than are joining the profession. Research suggests that about 33 percent of data center professionals in the US expect to retire by 2025, and as Read more
What EdTech Can Do for Teachers
February 12, 2021
For years before the pandemic (BP), Dr. Monica Burns went from school to school, airport to airport, to help educators make the most of new technologies in the classroom. Now Read more
Dr. Mark Elgart, President and CEO of Cognia, on Shifts in Education and in States’ Needs for Testing
September 16, 2020
While some companies have struggled as a result of institutions not administering testing during the pandemic, Cognia has been able to emphasize different aspects of its offerings, such as Read more
22 EdTech Products Awarded Research-Based Design Product Certification
August 11, 2020
Twenty-two products have earned the Research-Based Design product certification from Digital Promise, joining 13 others that were certified earlier this year. The certification is intended to Read more
Online Learning Minute: Exploring the Current State of the Online and Remote Education Space
May 18, 2020
  On this episode of the MarketScale Online Learning Minute, host Brian Runo was joined by the Remote Possibilities podcast’s Kevin Hogan, who will also begin a role as an education Read more
Online Learning Minute: The Role of Game-Based Learning and Gamification
April 30, 2020
  On this special episode of the MarketScale Online Learning Minute with Brian Runo, Lenovo Director, Global Education Solutions Rich Henderson outlined the high points of gamification Read more
CineCast: How the Founders of Assistant Editor’s Bootcamp Are Changing the Industry One Class at a Time
December 9, 2019
  Noah Chamow and Conor Burke, founders of Assistant Editor's Bootcamp, attended some of the best film schools in California, and yet their best learning experience was creating their Read more