AESA Perspectives Journal
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Back to Blog Education Service Agencies (ESAs) across the nation may find themselves in a position to create a new system of support for school districts that will revolutionize the way data is collected, analyzed, and used to inform future pedagogical decisions. Three ESAs piloted an Artificial Intelligence (AI) project in collaboration with Massachusetts Institute…Read More
Back to Blog Growing Teachers: Five Essential Elements of a Large-Scale System of Learning By: Kristy Kueber-Pope, Growing Readers Specialist, Metropolitan Regional Educational Service Agency. She can be reached by phone at 404-667-4734 and by email at email@example.com. Kathy Matthews, Growing Readers Project Manager, Metropolitan Regional Educational Service Agency. She can be reached by phone at…Read More
By Dr. Jo Ann Marie Steinbauer Consultant and researcher This study explored how and to what degree Education Service Agency (ESA) leaders apply business model innovation to promote organizational sustainability and growth. More specifically, this research aimed to unearth the successes, challenges, and outcomes ESA leaders have experienced in applying business model innovation. A qualitative…Read More
By: Dr. Kay Shurtleff, Region 10 Research & Evaluation Analyst Educator shortages are a topic of conversation and concern in schools and school districts across the country. We all know teachers who routinely cover other teachers’ classes, are overburdened with larger class sizes, and are unable to be away from the classroom for professional development…Read More