All of this money and effort is the kind of energy that keeps education going. But ‘keeping it going’ is also kind of the problem.
Drew Perkins talks with Kentucky superintendents Rob Clayton and Gary Fields about their navigation of the tensions and challenges associated with Covid-19.
Drew talks with evolutionary psychologist David C. Geary about his article, ‘The Fragility of Modern Education in the Time of COVID-19.’
For schools in districts where there is no choice but to open, COVID safety strategies are a must. This, of course, means change.
Drew Perkins talks with Maggie Kline, about her new book “Brain-Changing Strategies to Trauma-Proof Our Schools”.
Drew Perkins talks with Christopher Pommerening, founder of Learnlife, an open ecosystem of education meant to positively change education around the world.
Drew Perkins talks with Michael Driskill, Chief Operating Officer at Math for America, about improving teaching in the remote learning era.
Drew Perkins talks with Ian Rowe about his work with 1776 Unites and Vertex Partnership Academies to help marginalized students reach success.
Data for the project comes from administration officials from the principal upward, all of whom have every reason to want schools open ASAP.
Drew Perkins talks with Evan Erdberg, CEO and founder of Proximity Learning, about his company’s work to help address qualified teacher shortages in our schools of highest needs.
Drew Perkins talks with Jay McCullar about his work to empower traditionally marginalized students further their education.
Drew Perkins talks with Brad Hughes about online learning design, cybersecurity, and career paths in the remote work and cyberspace.
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