What is the Future of K-12 Education. Experts weigh in. From The Atlantic.

On January 6, 2016, in Uncategorized, by Jim Shon

Can Schools Be Fixed? Here’s the link.

Raising Money for Education Nonprofits: Interview with Donald Koelper (ThinkTech Hawaii)

On December 31, 2015, in Uncategorized, by Jim Shon

Consultant for nonprofits, Donald Koelper explains the due diligence, preparation, and process it takes to successfully raise funds in general, and secure a Legislative Grant in Aid in particular. See Donald Koelper’s Interview here.

Youth Voting Report – Education Commission of the States. (Source: ECS December 2015)

On December 23, 2015, in Civic Education and Citizenship, K-12, by Shannon Hillman

Review of National Civic Education Strategies for young voters. Youth Voting: State and City Approaches for Early Civic Engagement. Find this report here.    

Interview with Richard Port; Perspectives of a Lifelong Educator. (Source; ThinkTech Hawaii, Dec 2015)

On December 21, 2015, in Think Tech, by Shannon Hillman

Perspectives of a lifelong educator and researcher. From Peace Corps in Africa, to teacher, to researcher, Richard Port has been witness to many educational trends and changes. Find out his take on the current status and direction of public education. Find the full interview here.  

Interview with Ann Botticelli: Media, Communications and Education. (Source; ThinkTech Hawaii, Dec, 2015).

On December 14, 2015, in Think Tech, by Shannon Hillman

From the education board room to the corporate board room: how these are similar and different. Ann shares her experience as a reporter, a member of Kamehameha Schools, and an employee of Hawaiian Air to provide insights into organizational cultures, styles, and governance. Find the full video here.

Successor to No Child Left Behind, Every Child Succeeds Act, Released. (Source; EdWorkforce, Dec 15)

On December 9, 2015, in K-12, News & Events, School Reform, by Shannon Hillman

The White House has released its follow up to No Child Left Behind, the Every Child Succeeds Act. The 1000 page Act can be found online here.  

Interview with Catherine Caine. (Source; Think Tech Hawaii, Nov 2015).

On November 29, 2015, in Think Tech, by Shannon Hillman

Waikiki Elementary teacher Catherine Caine is a national board certified educator who challenges students to address real-life issues through hands-on lessons. Catherine will share how she brings out the best in her students, integrating technology to excite them and tackling relevant issues to engage them. Find the full interview with Movers and Shakers here.

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