Literacy and The Culture 

New Era, New Challenges, New Strategies– By Rochelle Scott The education profession has always been one that is constantly changing and evolving. When I entered the elementary classroom in 2006, my first grade classroom was steeped heavily in the principles from the Science of Reading a.k.a Reading First.Reading success was not an option, we wanted…

Announcing AdaptiveX’s Partnership with NC State

AdaptiveX is proud to partner with the iScholar team at North Carolina State University. The NC State College of Education leads the way in North Carolina in preparing professionals, conducting research, and engaging communities to improve educational outcomes for all learners across the state and beyond. With two-thirds of its faculty grant active and over 120…

How to rebuild your student enrollment numbers

Guest author Katie Test Davis is the founder of Forthright Advising, a communications firm that works with public school districts. Recent estimates show that millions of students are absent from school this year. Many of them may be our most vulnerable students—those with disabilities, without technology at home or facing homelessness—widening already existing inequities.   Missing…

Gradual Shift to New Normal

By: James Campbell Dear Diary… March 4, 2020: As I was preparing for my trips to Detroit (PBLWorks Spring Summit) and Austin (SXSWedu) my wife was talking about buying masks and this Coronavirus Disease. “Okay, buy the masks” but I am thinking I really need to get my stuff together for my trips. March 6,…