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Rob Dickson Apr 20
Ch 4 of - Many great ideas are born because somebody had a problem they wanted to solve. Drew Houston came up with his idea for an easy-to-use file-sharing app because he was a forgetful MIT student. That app was Dropbox
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Maury Wood, II Apr 8
The 2019 is currently live and open until April 19. TN Educators can find a link to complete the survey in their inbox. Hear from commissioner and other on the importance of the survey in this new video: 
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Rob Dickson 8h
Ch 5 of - Writing is like driving at night in the fog. You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way
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Randy Ziegenfuss, Ed.D. 1h
I connect with where you’re questions are coming from. We are learning how environments co-define leadership on the Shift Your Paradigm podcast
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Philipiah Antony Apr 19
EdLeaders give a platform for teacher evaluation and process in order to drive improvement and organizational efficiency.
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EL Education Apr 8
We hope that the at are talking about the "national reading crisis." Three highly-regarded district leaders see opportunities to improve reading outcomes at scale. We hope you've read their important editorial!
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TCEA Apr 9
What if you could use your phone to serve as a Google Slide presentation remote? Now you can with this handy Chrome extension that is a breeze to use.
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School Leaders Now Apr 10
Being a punching bag can be a common situation for administrators.
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Garrett Lowder Apr 11
We should consistently be trying to make small, positive changes in anything and everything we do to constantly make things better.
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Global Citizenship Foundation Apr 9
. —Chairperson of the Council for GCED— writes on: "Transforming Education to Future Proof Societies"🌍 via 👉🏻Read full article here:
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Team Satchel Apr 20
Our CEO and Founder, Naimish Gohil talks about how when creating Show My Homework, he wasn't looking to start a business, but instead solve the problem he was encountering the most as a Senior Leader. Watch the clip here... via
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Danny Brassell, PhD 10h
Excited to pump up tomorrow in Crossville, TN. 😉👍🎤📚
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Michael Ryan Apr 4
Great session with some amazing at . Big conversations about and helping to develop school leaders. and I enjoyed leading this dialogue!
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Randy Ziegenfuss, Ed.D. 21h
What happens when students are given a say in school budgets? New York City becomes the second school district to introduce students to participatory budgeting
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Jonathan Hulbert Apr 20
“A quarter-century after its disastrous first foray into virtual reality, Nintendo Co. has returned to the technology with an affordable headset that has potential for bigger things.”
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Tᴏᴅᴅ Fɪɴʟᴇʏ Apr 4
NEW!10 Things to do when a student says, "I GOT NOTHIN'" | Brain Blast
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James Frye Apr 5
Don't let discord, dissention, and gossip prevail or hold the organization back from the direction it needs to go.
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Jody Britten 9h
Bring the science of learning to the classroom and throughout your communication with parents - we know more than we did 20 years ago let’s use AND share what we know 🙏🏼✌🏼❤️
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NEA Mar 17
"Education is about life, not test scores." 🙌🏿 Dr. Daniel Walker at
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ELEMaine Apr 5
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