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What’s Next for Higher Education

While Michael Horn know a lot about disruption in education, pandemics weren't on the list. On this episode of EdTech Today, Michael talks about the effects COVID-19 has had Read more


Aurora Hires the “Dream Team” of Education
November 30, 2022

At some point, you have likely tried to “do it yourself” without an expert, whether building furniture from instructions, installing equipment in your house, or fixing your car. But wouldn’t it have been nice to speak to an expert ahead of time so they could guide you through the processes and use of the tools […]

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Federal Funding for Community-Based Clean Energy Saves the Day for Municipalities
November 29, 2022

Community-based clean energy projects across the U.S. are getting a windfall of cash from the Biden administration. Using funds from the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Program, Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm announced the federal government is allocating $550 million to help municipalities deploy community-based clean energy initiatives, from infrastructure projects that cut down […]

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Leisure Travel Will Drive Hotel Growth for 2023
November 29, 2022

Business Travel News recently reported on PwC’s Hospitality Directions report, indicating a reduced 2023 travel forecast. PwC largely sites economic uncertainty for the revised projections, arguing that strengthening economic headwinds will translate to consumers opting to save travel funds that they might otherwise invest in hotels for vacations in late Q4 and Q1’23. That […]

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What’s Next for Higher Education
March 8, 2021
While Michael Horn know a lot about disruption in education, pandemics weren't on the list. On this episode of EdTech Today, Michael talks about the effects COVID-19 has had Read more
How SXSW EDU Lives On, Online
March 5, 2021
Last year's cancellation of SXSW EDU in March was the first shocking wake-up call to the madness of the pandemic. This year's virtual event (March 9-11) with keynote Oprah Winfrey 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
Hybrid Learning can Create Better Teaching Techniques
February 19, 2021
For William McCallum, CEO and Co-Founder of Illustrative Mathematics, the issue of learning loss has scaled to involve every student, not just a select segment as it was BP (Before Read more
Keeping the Best Parts of Pandemic Learning
February 16, 2021
Ethan Fieldman may be CEO of the biggest edtech company of which you have never heard. His 10-year-old organization, with no sales or marketing teams, works in partnership with schools, 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
How Open Education Resources (OER) Can Cross the Digital Divide
February 9, 2021
Less than a decade after publishing its first free, openly licensed textbook, OpenStax — Rice University’s educational technology initiative — has saved students $1.2 billion. In Read more
How Microsoft Education is Embracing the New Normal
February 2, 2021
  Anthony Salcito doesn’t want things to go back to normal. Rather, he wants things to get better. As VP of Worldwide Education at Microsoft, he has navigated the Read more
Upskilling Strategies That Work
January 29, 2021
  The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on the nation's economy, with 13.6 million Americans out of work in August 2020. According to McKinsey, even before Read more