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How One EdTech Company Wants to Remove Community Stressors

COVID didn't just have a physical impact on our population; the longterm mental health effects of mass social isolation are still up in the air. But it's clear that for students, Read more

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Pixels and Mortar: How LED Went from Small-Scale to Major Scale
May 20, 2022
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 Read more
What a Dip in Veganism Popularity Means for the Food and Beverage Industry
May 20, 2022
Key Insights: In 2022, 5% of respondents were vegan in the Statista Survey. Harris Poll in 2020 found that about 3% of U.S. were vegan. New data finds vegan and vegan related google searches Read more
Apprenticeships are Vital in Developing the Next Generation of Workers
May 19, 2022
  Trevor Matthews worked in refrigeration until he admittedly, lost his joy. Greg Crumpton refers to it as a complacency rut, “in a rinse repeat cycle.” Today Matthews, Founder of Refrigeration Mentor, Read more
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How One EdTech Company Wants to Remove Community Stressors
April 9, 2021
COVID didn't just have a physical impact on our population; the longterm mental health effects of mass social isolation are still up in the air. But it's clear that for students, Read more
From Nice To Have to Necessity: SEL for Schools Takes Precedence
March 11, 2021
Students cannot learn while in a state of trauma. Seems obvious now, but it wasn’t always when it came to school district structures. In this episode of EdTech Today, EmpowerU 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