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Conference Attracts New and Veteran Presenters Alike

Conference Attracts New and Veteran Presenters Alike

This year’s Spring CUE conference is bringing attendees and presenters together from across the United States together. Jorge Robert Valenzuela, an education coach with Lifelong Learning Defined and author, hails from Virginia and is one of many “new to...Read more ›
Hosting a Virtual Conference in the Time of COVID

Hosting a Virtual Conference in the Time of COVID

It’s been almost a year of not having any large gatherings or in-person events – and I miss it! Being part of a local affiliate board, I get the opportunity to help plan and host annual events for our local membership. Our annual event, Palooza, is...Read more ›
Essential EdTech Tools for Future-Ready Teachers of ELLs

Essential EdTech Tools for Future-Ready Teachers of ELLs

Did you know there are nearly 5 million English language learners (ELLs) in U.S. public schools today? In California alone, there are over 2,280,000 Ever-ELs and over 175,000 Newcomers and it is projected that by 2025, 1 in 4 students in the U.S. will be identified as...Read more ›
Black History Month Should Be Every Month

Black History Month Should Be Every Month

February – Black History Month – is over, but that doesn’t mean it truly needs to be the end! I’m a big believer in the fact that every month should be Black History Month—meaning that Black history should be incorporated into everything that we do as...Read more ›
Speak Up Research Project National Opening Week Arrives

Speak Up Research Project National Opening Week Arrives

Although registration for The Speak Up Research Project has been open since the fall, opening week for the project kicked off Thursday, February 25th. This week, Project Tomorrow will be hosting a “National Opening Week” to highlight the benefits of data...Read more ›