One from K12, Inc. themselves…
Why You Should Schedule Time to Learn About Blended Learning Solutions
9.1.2016, Contributor: Jerry Brodsky, Retired Superintendent
I empathize with the sentiment of annoyance that school administrators feel when they’re scheduled to hear a sales pitch on an already busy day. However, as educational leaders, I think we’re forgetting something important: This sales person that we’re scheduled to meet with will likely provide us with an important educational tool that can do wonders for our school district’s success.
Sales and marketing people work to bring the latest and greatest educational products and services available to help our students, staff, and community. I suggest we open our door and hear them out.
Here are three reasons why you, as an educational leader, should take advantage of these sales sessions…
Take a look back at some of ourmost recent posts!
Open-Space Learning Center Ignites Passion for Blended Learning
8.25.2016, Contributor: Katherine Anderson, Fuel Education
In its new series, “Research: Outcomes of Blended/Online Learning Programs,” the Evergreen Education Group takes an in-depth look at successful blended and online programs across the nation to examine the best practices that have created tangible results. We are pleased to share with you some highlights from the Springs Studio for Academic Excellence case study.
Blended Learning Success: The Springs Studio Story
In the fall of 2010, Springs Studio for Academic Excellence (SSAE), a K–12 public school in Colorado Springs, Colorado, opened as Falcon Virtual Academy. What began as an online-only school with 59 students soon became an award-winning educational model that combines online, blended, and project-based learning to personalize instruction to more than 500 students…
CTE Curriculum Yields Promising Future in Business Management and Administration
8.16.2016, Contributor: Katherine Anderson, Fuel EducationIn this blog series, we delve into four important Career Clusters® that are in need of more educated and well-trained students to fill the higher-skill, higher-wage jobs open to them. These Career Clusters are health science, information technology, business management and administration, and manufacturing. In our last post, we explored the need to prepare students for careers in the information technology field. In this post, we focus on business management and administration.
Developing Skills that Pay: Business Management and Administration Occupational Growth
Today’s economy demands a better educated workforce than ever before, and jobs in this new economy require more complex knowledge and skills than those of the past. As technology becomes more advanced and businesses begin to expand globally, international and technological expertise will be valuable skills to master for individuals interested in the business management and administration industry…
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