Leading Educators

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Across the country, districts and schools in our most marginalized communities are striving—sometimes struggling—to make meaningful progress in closing the achievement gaps that impact underserved students. Leading Educators exists to support schools in doing exactly that. We’re reinventing professional development for educators, taking it out of enormous auditoriums and putting it where it belongs: in schools, in environments where educators can interact and collaborate. Together with our district partners, we design training and support structures that improve the conditions for continuous growth across their schools.

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HOW TO BUILD A VIRTUAL CLASSROOM AND STRUCTURE YOUR CHILDREN’S DAY

k12 | March 16, 2020

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The COVID-19 pandemic is sparking school closures all across the United States. It’s impacting more than 37 million public school students in at least 37 States so far. So how can parents create a virtual school day at home? Fox News spoke with the Director of Leadership Development at K12 online schooling, Joel Medley and his children Brandt and Campbell. Joel offered some practical virtual learning tips for parents to help ensure that their students don’t fall behind ...

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GROUPS REQUEST $1.5B TO HELP MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES RESPOND TO CORONAVIRUS

educationdive | March 25, 2020

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Groups representing historically black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions (MSIs) are urging Congress to give these schools at least $1.5 billion in emergency aid to help them recover from financial losses sustained due to the coronavirus pandemic. House Democrats unveiled a $2.5 trillion stimulus bill that would allocate that amount to HBCUs and other MSIs. Last week, several higher ed associations urged the Senate to include $1.5 billion in aid for these schools i...

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KALTURA ACQUIRES NEWROW TO EXPAND VIDEO COLLABORATION SUITE FOR EDUCATION

edsurge | January 24, 2020

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Kaltura, a New York-based provider of video collaboration tools used by education, government and corporate institutions, has acquired Newrow, a developer of similar products. Terms of the deal were not disclosed in the press release. Founded in 2006, Kaltura offers a suite of cloud-based video technologies used across different industries. In education, the company’s products are used to record lectures, add captions and other interactive elements to videos, and deliver them to student de...

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MICROSOFT’S "MINECRAFT" IS FOR LEARNING 50 MILLION DOWNLOADS OF FREE EDUCATION CONTENT.

Microsoft | May 21, 2020

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Minecraft,” the Microsoft-owned game known for its user-driven content has been at the forefront of mainstream games that utilize educational content. Much of this content, which was at first fueled by educators in the “Minecraft” community before Mi...

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k12 | March 16, 2020

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HOW TO BUILD A VIRTUAL CLASSROOM AND STRUCTURE YOUR CHILDREN’S DAY

The COVID-19 pandemic is sparking school closures all across the United States. It’s impacting more than 37 million public school students in at least 37 States so far. So how can parents create a virtual school day at home? Fox News spoke with the Director of Leadership Development at K12 online schooling, Joel Medley and his children Brandt and Campbell. Joel offered some practical virtual learning tips for parents to help ensure that their students don’t fall behind ...

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educationdive | March 25, 2020

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GROUPS REQUEST $1.5B TO HELP MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES RESPOND TO CORONAVIRUS

Groups representing historically black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions (MSIs) are urging Congress to give these schools at least $1.5 billion in emergency aid to help them recover from financial losses sustained due to the coronavirus pandemic. House Democrats unveiled a $2.5 trillion stimulus bill that would allocate that amount to HBCUs and other MSIs. Last week, several higher ed associations urged the Senate to include $1.5 billion in aid for these schools i...

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edsurge | January 24, 2020

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KALTURA ACQUIRES NEWROW TO EXPAND VIDEO COLLABORATION SUITE FOR EDUCATION

Kaltura, a New York-based provider of video collaboration tools used by education, government and corporate institutions, has acquired Newrow, a developer of similar products. Terms of the deal were not disclosed in the press release. Founded in 2006, Kaltura offers a suite of cloud-based video technologies used across different industries. In education, the company’s products are used to record lectures, add captions and other interactive elements to videos, and deliver them to student de...

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Microsoft | May 21, 2020

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MICROSOFT’S "MINECRAFT" IS FOR LEARNING 50 MILLION DOWNLOADS OF FREE EDUCATION CONTENT.

Minecraft,” the Microsoft-owned game known for its user-driven content has been at the forefront of mainstream games that utilize educational content. Much of this content, which was at first fueled by educators in the “Minecraft” community before Mi...

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