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Blog Post [ELM#921] Understanding Adaptive Educational Technology

In today’s fast-paced world, education must keep up with students’ changing needs. Adaptive educational technology is transforming classrooms, making learning more personalized and effective. Let’s explore adaptive educational technology and why it’s a game-changer for education.

Blog Post [ELM#920] From Military Leadership to Education Innovation

In an inspiring interview on the Born To Shine podcast, host Mike Sullivan welcomes Dr. Kim Moore, the dynamic superintendent of Richland School District Number Two in South Carolina. Dr. Moore shares her unconventional path from military service to educational leadership, her innovative approaches to school administration, and her deep commitment to student and community wellness.

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Blog Post [ELM#920] From Military Leadership to Education Innovation

Blog Post [ELM#919] Understanding the Roles of School District Stakeholders

Public school districts are our communities’ heartbeats, reflecting society’s rich diversity and complex needs. Within this dynamic setting, various stakeholders—including students, parents, educators, community members, businesses, and governmental bodies—unite to craft an educational narrative that is both enriching and empowering.

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Blog Post [ELM#919] Understanding the Roles of School District Stakeholders

Blog Post [ELM#918] The Role of Labor Unions in School Districts

As a building leader, I had the opportunity to partner with our local union. In addition to working with my building representative, I worked with our area representative. They were active support team members for teachers on an improvement plan.

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Blog Post [ELM#918] The Role of Labor Unions in School Districts

Blog Post [ELM#917] The Vital Role of Higher Education Institutions in Student Success

As educators, we lay the foundation for students to pursue their dreams and career desires. As a school leader, I focused on preparing students for college, career, and life. Therefore, we would discuss life after graduation with students. Reflecting on multiple conversations with students concerning life after high school, many students expressed a desire to go to college.

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Blog Post [ELM#917] The Vital Role of Higher Education Institutions in Student Success

Blog Post [ELM#916] The Critical Role of Nonprofit Organizations in School Districts

One of my teacher’s favorite days during preplanning was visiting the Education Foundation Store. Why? Because the store was filled with school supplies and materials. As a Title I school, my teachers could shop at the store twice a year for free. As a result of the Education Foundation’s generosity, my teachers could stock their classrooms with supplies for students. 

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Blog Post [ELM#916] The Critical Role of Nonprofit Organizations in School Districts

Blog Post [ELM#915] State and Federal Government Support School Districts

Early in my educational career, I was a member of a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) advocacy organization. Through a grant from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, the organization’s mission was to expand STEM education access to non-traditional students. One primary function was advocating with federal legislators and policymakers in Washington, DC.

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Blog Post [ELM#915] State and Federal Government Support School Districts

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