Partnering to Lead Change in Education

An Education Leadership Opportunity in Washington DC: Executive Director of SREE

Posted by on Dec 28, 2017 in The EDGEucator |

Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness Job Opening Executive Director EDGE Consulting December, 2017 Apply on-line: Send suggestions and nominations to About the Organization Founded in 2005 to support research on education policy and practice, the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE) has established itself as a specialist research organization focused...

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Craig Wacker, an EDGE Strategic Partner!

Posted by on Nov 11, 2017 in The EDGEucator |

Craig Wacker is a strategic partner at EDGE Consulting Partners and serves as a senior fellow at FutureEd, a solution-oriented think tank at Georgetown University.  Previously he was strategy lead for the Raikes Foundation’s student agency program, a portfolio focused on leveraging mindsets and other nonacademic factors in support of learning.  He has also served as a senior program officer with the MacArthur Foundation, where he designed...

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Great suggestions by a great teacher!

Posted by on Apr 19, 2017 in The EDGEucator |

Two strategies to combat test stress by Eva Kohlmoos on April 19, 2017 in Blog, Nashville • 0 Comments This month across the state of Tennessee students will take assessments in math, reading, science and social studies to measure their learning over the course of the school year and their preparedness for the upcoming year. It’s easy to get overly amped during this time and create a stress-filled environment for kids and adults...

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Start with Public Education, Says the Nellie Mae Education Foundation!

Posted by on Mar 12, 2017 in The EDGEucator |

To Put America First, Start With Public Education @NellieMaeEdFdn Nick DonohueFollow President & CEO of @NellieMaeEdFdn: leading efforts to reshape public education to be more equitable & more effective for all learners. Mar 2 President Trump and Education Secretary DeVos have made clear their intention to divert public education dollars by way of vouchers to private institutions, arguing that these options...

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