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Scholar Learns from PLearn


By Lena Deskins In November, I traveled to Atlanta for the PLearn Southeast 2019 Conference with a goal in mind—systemic change. How do we make a shift within an entire district to meet a strategic plan goal created by our superin... Read More

Taking Inspiration from The Modern Classrooms Project


By Alexander Groff After passing through a metal detector and past barred windows to get to the classroom, the last thing I expected when I entered was applause. But this is the effect Kareem Farah has on his former students, and I was ... Read More

Reflections from a Digital Scholar: Year One

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By Sally SchultzSally Schultz is a sixth through eighth-grade science and math teacher at Knox Middle School in Salisbury, North Carolina. Last fall, I received a unique professional development opportunity: the chance to transform my c... Read More

Who Was Your Third Grade Teacher?


By Bev Perdue Of course, I can remember the names of all my teachers from K-8.  That’s the answer most adults across America give to that question.  We remember our teachers, the good and the not so good.  My sevent... Read More

A Nation At Risk 2.0


Originally Posted on EducationPost.org By: Bev Perdue More than three decades ago, America’s business and education leaders convinced President Reagan that our nation was indeed at risk of educational complacency. Our leaders mus... Read More

DigiLEARN Launch


Today is a great day as we officially launch DigiLEARN: Digital Learning Institute.  DigiLEARN is a new non-profit organization focusing on the acceleration of digital learning for all learners.  Great infrastructure and techno... Read More