AESA Perspectives Journal
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By Dr. Gregory S. Koons, Executive Director, Schuylkill Intermediate Unit 29 The pandemic has posed numerous challenges on educational leaders, and consequently, the pressures faced have created opportunities for educators to shine brightly. Pressure is “the application of force to something by something else in direct contact with it” (Merriam-Webster, 2021). As a resident, educator,…Read More
The purpose of this article is to provide an extensive description of Educational Service Agencies (ESAs) across the United States. The article will be divided into sections that include (a) a description of ESAs, (b) services offered by ESAs, (c) the organizational structure of ESAs, (d) funding for ESAs, and (e) ESA partnerships. By Dr.…Read More
Machine Learning Methods for K-12 Early Warning Systems by Michael L. Fuller, Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center and Mackenzi Brozovich, Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center In educational settings, an early warning system (EWS) identifies students who are at-risk for one or more adverse educational outcomes related to student achievement, progression, and graduation. Specific examples include…Read More
Abstract Crisis response work in our schools is a necessary service as an educational setting must be stable and free from disturbance in order for meaningful learning to take place. Now more than ever, our efforts to ensure that educational environments are fortresses of safety and acceptance have become a paramount concern within American schools.…Read More