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Education’s Recovery Begins Now

Will the recent worst of times for US students bring about the best of times in the near future? That is the expectation John Harrington, CEO of Funds for Learning, holds. In 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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Education’s Recovery Begins Now
May 18, 2021
Will the recent worst of times for US students bring about the best of times in the near future? That is the expectation John Harrington, CEO of Funds for Learning, holds. In Read more
Biden Administration’s EdTech Plan: Bridge the Student Digital Divide
January 28, 2021
With a new administration comes new policy visions, and the Biden administration has already vocalized some priorities for the United States’ education system. Reporting out of The 74 Read more
Broadband is Failing to Meet EdTech’s Needs
December 18, 2020
  Connectivity continues to be a challenge for school districts. Nonprofit Connected Nation reported that only 47% of school districts meet the FCC's 1Mbps/student standard. To put this in Read more
Sinclair’s FCC Fine Reveals Issues in the Business of Television Media
May 11, 2020
  Sinclair Broadcast Group, the second-largest television station operator, is going to be paying a hefty $48 million for an FCC fine, wrapping up the commission’s probe into the Read more
The Cost To Fix Education’s Digital Divide
April 28, 2020
The problem of digital equity in US public school systems has been wrestled with for decades. Maybe it took a global pandemic to finally solve it. The analyst group Funds For Learning crunched Read more
New Wifi Spectrum is Officially Open to ISPs and Consumers
April 27, 2020
  On this snippet of Business Casual, hosts Tyler Kern and Daniel litwin, and producer Taylor Bagley, walk through the recent FCC vote to allow unlicensed use of 6GHz wifi spectrum. The Read more
How Drones Can Assist with Project Management During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Drones In America
April 8, 2020
  Welcome to this week’s episode of “Drones in America,” a MarketScale podcast hosted by Grant Guillot. Guillot leads the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Practice Team for Adams and Reese, a Read more
How Open Internet Advocates and ISPs Will Bring the Net Neutrality Fight to the States: Ratified
November 26, 2019
  The fight for net neutrality is over at the federal level, at least for now. The Obama-era Open Internet Order of 2015 was repealed by Ajit Pai's FCC and solidified after a DC circuit Read more
With Net Neutrality Dead, How Will ISPs and the Internet Adapt?
October 4, 2019
  After years of back and forth in court, a federal appeals court upheld the FCC's repeal of the Obama-era incarnation of net neutrality rules, effectively removing rules that prohibited Read more