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Learning Experience Labs Benefit Students

January 15, 2018 | Comments Off on Learning Experience Labs Benefit Students

Learning Experience Labs Classroom Designs to Fit Today’s and Tomorrow’s Learners A unique collaboration of ESC Region 12, Baylor University and Huckabee Architects explores the next generation of classroom innovations By Jerry Maze and Jennifer Marshall-Higgins, Education Service Center Region 12 Like other education service agencies, ESC Region 12 is in a unique position to…

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Partnerships Create Culturally Responsive PD

January 15, 2018 | Comments Off on Partnerships Create Culturally Responsive PD

Cross-sector partnerships result in technology infused, culturally responsive, professional development for teachers in Alaska By John Fitzgerald SERRC (Southeast Regional Resource Center) in Alaska has embarked on a three-year teacher education project that could have far-reaching effects not only for minority students across the state but also for students throughout the country. SERRC, Alaska’s education…

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Comparing ESA Roles

January 5, 2018 | Comments Off on Comparing ESA Roles

Different Structures, Different Worlds: ESAs Serving Students and Districts in Michigan and Massachusetts By Russell Olwell and Kathryn Welby Merrimack College Introduction: Comparing and contrasting the role of ESAs in two states Educational Service Agencies, or ESAs, are a key part of the nation’s educational infrastructure, but their forms and roles can vary greatly between…

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