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Developing School Building Administrators to Lead the Next Generation

A Partnership between Pittsburg State University and Greenbush Education Service Center By Dawn R. Martin, Pittsburg State University In this edition of Perspectives, the author Dawn Martin examines the "pipeline" for future education...

AI and the ESA: Continuing a Conversation

This is Part II of a two-part series about AI and the ESA By Thomas Collins and Susan Leddick “AI will be economically significant precisely because it will make something important much cheaper. What will AI technologies make so...

AI and the ESA: Opening a Conversation

by Thomas Collins and Susan Leddick “The world now stands on the cusp of a technological revolution in artificial intelligence and robotics that may prove as transformative for economic growth and human potential as were...

Everyone is a Learner

One ESA reflects on 15 years of innovation in educator preparation By: Suzanne Judson-Whitehouse, Director of Licensure & Credentialing; Allisonn Church, Online Learning and Course Administrator; Liza Manchester, Student Affairs and...

Grow Your Own: Building an Outreach Teacher Education Program in Rural Oregon

By: Holly Hill, Director of Human Resources, Douglas Educational Services District; Dr. Mindie Dieu, Assistant Professor, Eugene Campus Director, Pacific University; Dr. Karren Timmermans, Professor, Douglas County Program Coordinator,...

Cooperative Leads the Way with Alternative Teacher Preparation and Micro-Credentialing

Lakes Country Service Cooperative in Minnesota leads the way with alternative teacher preparation and micro-credentialing. By Troy Haugen, Director of Career and College Readiness, Lakes Country Service Cooperative with support by ...

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