prnewswire | December 16, 2020
Public school and-vocation availability not-for-profit AVID (Advancement through Individual Determination) is glad to be perceived as the principal ever Common Sense Community Partner. Through this association, Common Sense Education's substance is utilized in AVID's expert picking up, uniting two pioneers in schooling, both focused on arriving at all understudies to build up their advanced citizenship.
Good judgment Education is known for industry-driving substance about advanced citizenship. Energetic is known for its expert picking up, showing systems, and upgrading the social limit of instructors.
"We are thrilled to be the first organization to be named as a Common Sense Community Partner," said Thuan Nguyen, Chief Operating Officer at AVID. "Together we can help ensure that all students and educators get access to the resources they need to be successful."
Ardent enables the cutting edge to be powerful clients of innovation for learning and network building. Realizing how to secure online protection, limit screen time, deal with an advanced impression, and perceive excellent computerized assets gets ready understudies for 21st century school and profession, and an all the more enhancing life.
"By partnering with AVID, we expand our reach to hundreds of thousands of educators across the nation," said Merve Lapus, Vice President of Outreach and National Partnerships at Common Sense. "We share a common vision of preparing students to thrive in our fast-changing technology landscape."
Good judgment has consistently had confidence in media and innovation as a useful asset for youngsters to make, learn, and lead. The honor winning Common Sense Education K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum meets the dire requirements of study hall instructors today. By getting their best class assets to teachers through AVID expert turn of events, more children will have what they need to flourish in the present progressively tech-driven world.
AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) is a nonprofit organization that changes lives by helping schools shift to a more equitable, student-centered approach. To close the opportunity gap, AVID trains 85,000 educators annually so they can prepare all students for college, careers, and life. More than 7,500 schools rely on AVID to transform the lives of more than 2 million students each year.
Gaggle | May 19, 2020
All educators would agree that it’s vital to protect students both physically and digitally, but how do they measure the return on their safety investments? In its latest report, Investing in Student Safety: The Costs, the Benefits, and the ROI, Gaggle helps readers consider the financial, logistical, and legal aspects of a comprehensive student safety plan.
The report examines the logistics involved in addressing external and internal threats to student well-being, from developing a comprehensive safety plan, including implementing district cybersecurity, to cultivating positive school climates and cultures. It also discusses the costs associated with safety plans and the state funding options that are currently available.
Gale | June 02, 2020
Gale, a Cengage company, has a new addition to its award-winning Gale In Context family of products. Kids InfoBits has been relaunched as Gale In Context: Elementary, with new and improved features that provide young learners with a better user experience to help them build their learning and critical thinking skills. Completely redesigned and built exclusively for elementary school learners, Gale In Context: Elementary provides a more intuitive, kid-friendly platform with a strong focus on learning development and student success. This enables teachers to gradually help students become successful at learning as they transition to higher grade levels, putting them on a path to discovery that fosters future-ready skills.