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2022 Workplace Learning & Development Trends

July 28, 2022

2022 Workplace Learning & Development Trends
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 11 million jobs in the U.S. are unfilled1 —roughly double the number of people who are unemployed. The Great Resignation has sent workers to new jobs, but also into education and the rapidly expanding gig economy, leaving skills and knowledge gaps in almost every American company

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Mason is a young university that, in just a short time, has made impressive strides in size, stature, and influence. Today, as Virginia’s largest public research university, we are setting the benchmark for a bold, progressive education that serves the needs of our students and communities. To that end, we have 10 schools and colleges devoted to a variety of areas of study.Virginia's Largest Public Research University. With 36,000 students from all 50 states and 130 countries and a residential population of more than 6,000 students George Mason University.

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REASONS WHY TEACHING LITERACY IS LIKE LEARNING TO RIDE A BIKE

whitePaper | July 17, 2020

Once you know how to read, it feels so natural that it is easy to take for granted as an innate skill we all possess—kind of like riding a bicycle and forgetting you had to learn how. Yet, we continue to see a growing crisis of illiteracy across our education system, with students at every grade level falling behind in reading test scores.

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March 2022 schools white paper

whitePaper | April 5, 2022

March 2022’s schools white paper for England is the first in six years. It’s set against a backdrop of pandemic disruption and ‘learning loss’ for many, especially disadvantaged and vulnerable children.

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Choosing brilliance

whitePaper | October 6, 2022

Making education come alive and sparking curiosity is what interactive displays are all about. Today’s students engage with the world largely through screens. Dynamic, vibrant displays are intuitive to young people—they can’t help but want to touch them, explore with them, see what they have to offer. Interactive displays enable you to connect with students in their native digital language across a variety of learning environment

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Protecting Students and Their Privacy

whitePaper | August 24, 2022

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic sent schools online, the growing presence of technology in classrooms has moved student safety and privacy topics to the forefront of conversations in districts across the country. Access to devices and the internet has created countless opportunities for enhancing learning, creating efficiencies for educators, and multiplying resources available to school communities — but the internet is a vast and varied place. The need for online safety is especially clear when considering the U.S. Surgeon General’s advisory highlighting the urgency of the nation’s youth mental health crisis.

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What summer learning loss can tell us about the potential impact of school closures on student academic achievement

whitePaper | April 21, 2020

Seasonal learning research allows researchers to compare student learning patterns when school is in versus out of session. While there is some controversy about the magnitude of summer learning lossii,iii three trends are consistent across seasonal learning research findingsiv: achievement typically slows or declines over the summer months, declines tend to be steeper for math than for reading, and the extent (proportionally) of loss increases in the upper grades.

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Education Strategy 2020: Investing in People’s Knowledge and Skills to Promote Development.

whitePaper | January 8, 2020

We are living through a period of extraordinary change. The stunning rise of the middle-income countries, led by China, India, and Brazil, has intensified the desire of many nations to increase their competitiveness by building more highly skilled workforces. Technological advances are changing job profiles and skills, while offering possibilities for accelerated learning. Persistently high levels of unemployment, especially among youth, have highlighted the failure of education systems to prepare young people with the right skills for the job market, and have fueled calls for greater opportunity and accountability.

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Spotlight

George Mason University

Mason is a young university that, in just a short time, has made impressive strides in size, stature, and influence. Today, as Virginia’s largest public research university, we are setting the benchmark for a bold, progressive education that serves the needs of our students and communities. To that end, we have 10 schools and colleges devoted to a variety of areas of study.Virginia's Largest Public Research University. With 36,000 students from all 50 states and 130 countries and a residential population of more than 6,000 students George Mason University.

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