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Trades are Looking for Employees: How are Schools Addressing This?

The pressure to have a college degree is high, but so is the cost. The U.S. News states average tuition and fees alone for 2022-2023 are $10,423 for a public, in-state university. Meanwhile, skilled trade jobs that do not require a college degree are in high demand and trades are looking for employees—just last year, […]

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Trades are Looking for Employees: How are Schools Addressing This?

The pressure to have a college degree is high, but so is the cost. The U.S. News states average tuition and fees alone for 2022-2023 are $10,423 for a public, in-state university. Meanwhile, skilled trade jobs that do not require a college degree are in high demand and trades are looking for employees—just last year, […]

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The Science of Reading Needs Support Amid 2022 Foundational Literacy Reports

The science of reading might require some support in the coming year as 2022 foundational literacy reports showed shocking but not surprising results in the National Association for Educational Progress data assessment. Due to the various obstacles the education system has faced over the past several years, reading scores declined significantly in the aftermath […]

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The Texas Education Agency’s New Safety Standards Following Uvalde Investigation

The Texas Education Agency released its proposed safety standards for Texas schools this week following an investigation of the Uvalde shooting. The standards are meant to ensure a minimum level of safety on Texas school campuses. School safety expert Adam Coughran of Safe Kids Inc. checks in with his thoughts on the recommendations. Adam’s […]

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The Great Divide: Providing Connectivity for Underserved Students

Imagine the most powerful tools for enriching our children’s minds – research, educational platforms, and other online curriculums. Yet, a widespread dilemma for low-income families now remains as being able to provide these resources for their students because of how costly or inaccessible it is to connect to the digital world. Classrooms are constantly evolving, […]

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An Educator’s Path to Understanding Consciousness in Teaching

In a new segment of the podcast “Voices of eLearning,” hosts J.W. Marshall and Leena Saleh talked with author and educator Komal Shah, about her book titled “Raise Your Hand! A Call for Consciousness in Education,” and the consulting advice she had for educators who desired how they could incorporate consciousness into their classrooms. […]

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School Safety Today: The Role of Wellbeing in Building a Culture of School Safety

Safety in schools is of the utmost importance. As such, host Bobby Brill speaks with author and school counselor Molly Hudgens about her heroic story and the importance of student wellbeing as it pertains to school safety. Hudgens, a School Counselor and Author of Saving Sycamore: The School Shooting That Never Happened, served first as […]

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US Inflation Expectations Extend Retreat, Buoy Consumers’ Mood
January 30, 2023

(Bloomberg) — US short- and long-term inflation expectations improved at the end of January, helping to once again boost consumer sentiment. Respondents said they expect prices to advance 3.9% over the next year, the lowest since April 2021, the University of Michigan’s final survey reading showed Friday. The sentiment index climbed to 64.9 from earlier […]

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How Companies Can Benefit from Working with Volta Insight
January 30, 2023

Driving Technology Solutions for a more sustainable future doesn’t happen in a bubble. Commercial HVAC Service providers like Service Logic rely on close relationships to improve what they do and vice versa. One partnership Service Logic values is the one they have with Volta Energy.  Volta Knowledge host Tyler Kern wanted to learn more […]

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Here Come the Little Electric Pickup Trucks
January 29, 2023

(Bloomberg) —Having zipped from six-figure sedans to Costco-crushing SUVs, electrification is finally zeroing in on the auto industry’s most esoteric form: the tiny pickup truck. At least two major carmakers are considering adding small, battery-powered pickups to their growing parade of EVs.At General Motors Co., spokesman Stuart Fowle says a pint-sized pickup is one of several […]

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Trades are Looking for Employees: How are Schools Addressing This?
December 13, 2022

The pressure to have a college degree is high, but so is the cost. The U.S. News states average tuition and fees alone for 2022-2023 are $10,423 for a public, in-state university. Meanwhile, skilled trade jobs that do not require a college degree are in high demand and trades are looking for employees—just last year, […]

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The Science of Reading Needs Support Amid 2022 Foundational Literacy Reports
December 5, 2022

The science of reading might require some support in the coming year as 2022 foundational literacy reports showed shocking but not surprising results in the National Association for Educational Progress data assessment. Due to the various obstacles the education system has faced over the past several years, reading scores declined significantly in the aftermath […]

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The Texas Education Agency’s New Safety Standards Following Uvalde Investigation
November 11, 2022

The Texas Education Agency released its proposed safety standards for Texas schools this week following an investigation of the Uvalde shooting. The standards are meant to ensure a minimum level of safety on Texas school campuses. School safety expert Adam Coughran of Safe Kids Inc. checks in with his thoughts on the recommendations. Adam’s […]

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The Great Divide: Providing Connectivity for Underserved Students
August 11, 2022

Imagine the most powerful tools for enriching our children’s minds – research, educational platforms, and other online curriculums. Yet, a widespread dilemma for low-income families now remains as being able to provide these resources for their students because of how costly or inaccessible it is to connect to the digital world. Classrooms are constantly evolving, […]

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An Educator’s Path to Understanding Consciousness in Teaching
July 28, 2022

In a new segment of the podcast “Voices of eLearning,” hosts J.W. Marshall and Leena Saleh talked with author and educator Komal Shah, about her book titled “Raise Your Hand! A Call for Consciousness in Education,” and the consulting advice she had for educators who desired how they could incorporate consciousness into their classrooms. […]

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School Safety Today: The Role of Wellbeing in Building a Culture of School Safety
July 19, 2022

Safety in schools is of the utmost importance. As such, host Bobby Brill speaks with author and school counselor Molly Hudgens about her heroic story and the importance of student wellbeing as it pertains to school safety. Hudgens, a School Counselor and Author of Saving Sycamore: The School Shooting That Never Happened, served first as […]

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Without a Solid Foundation, Even the Best Educational Programs Will Fail
July 1, 2022

Kellie Lauth sits down with Leena M. Saleh and JW Marshall on this episode of the Voices of E-Learning to discuss MindSpark, Couragion Learning, the changing landscape of education, and what STEM means to her. Saleh and Lauth have a long history together. Lauth was the principal at Saleh’s school when she was a […]

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55% of Teachers Intend to Leave the Profession Earlier Than Planned
June 23, 2022

Carrie Conover is familiar with the education landscape. She understands educators’ daily struggles after spending ten years in a classroom. Today, Conover is the CEO and Founder of Educators 2 Educators (E2E). E2E hosts live virtual training, connecting educators with each other and harnessing lessons from real-life experiences. Educators are wrapping up three years of […]

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Creating an Environment to Learn Fearlessly
June 21, 2022

“Getting Shit Done” is the outstanding theme highlighted in DisruptED. Hosts Ron Stefanski and Dr. Ceasar Mickens  sit down with two extraordinary women, Kristin Harrington and Elizabeth Hofreuter, both with high GSD index scores to talk about their impact on fearless learning in the education space. Hofreuter originally began her journey in the education space when […]

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