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On June 20th, Twitter was buzzing over professional development during the #EdSurgeChat Making Professional Development Personalized—and Meaningful. In case you missed it, we have rounded up the top tweet responses to the six questions here. 1. What does inspiring professional

People who’ve never been to Wichita think it’s a rural area—some vestige of the Wild West, replete with tumbleweeds and free-roaming cattle. Not so. Today, Wichita is quite urban—it’s an industrial hub and the largest city in the state of

Next week, more than 15,000 educators will converge in San Antonio for the ISTE 2017 Conference & Expo. The event boasts more than 1,000 opportunities to personalize your learning and create a professional development path expressly tailored to your own

Ellen Dorr, director of digital learning for the Renton School District in Washington, recently presented a well-attended webinar on empowering teacher leaders. In this 60-minute session, she explores how using technology intentionally and innovatively leads to greater equity and achievement

Maury County Public Schools (MCPS) serve more than 12,000 students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. In a recent Education Week Webinar sponsored by DreamBox, Superintendent of Schools Chris Marczak shared how MCPS successfully developed and implemented seven district-wide keys to