Our current media and social landscape has been influenced in no small way by these foreign actors. Divisive, hateful and unproductive language has seeped into our political discourse at all levels, distracting from real solutions and bringing about an age of unparalleled social backlash. How can we distinguish between voices of good intent and those merely trying to injure our entire nation by pulling it apart?
COVID-19 surging again. How do we manage our careers in the midst of such uncertainty? By Becka Roberts, Karen Toro and Leigh Teece, Beacon Media, July 9, 2020.
If you're a life-long learner and you haven't discovered this organization, it's worth exploring.
What are the lessons from COVID-19 that can lead to creation, confidence and community?
A series to navigate our new reality. Let's share ideas. By Becka Roberts, Karen Toro and the Beacon Media team.
We need to turn to other models to control the spread of Coronaviruses that don't cost us our economic affluence, or even economic survival. Millennials especially will be hit with high tax rates for generations unless we re-ignite the economy without enormous high-cost measures with questionable destinations.
The Profits of Standardized Testing: a Billion Dollars Plus
A prescient Nation at Risk report, issued over 30 years ago, remarked that “if an unfriendly foreign power had attempted to impose on America the mediocre educational performance that exists today, we might well have viewed it as an act of war.”
“Due to the current safety concerns and needs for ongoing social distancing, it appears that our students will not be able to return to school campuses before the end of the school year,” Thurmond wrote in a letter sent to the state’s 58 county superintendents of schools on Tuesday morning. Referring to Thurmond’s letter, Alameda County’s Monroe said, “we are grateful for the push and acknowledgment that distance learning will take our entire focus to make it work well.”