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Rising Above the Noise in the Education Space

By Bernadette Grey | 09/05/2017 | 0 Comments
Rising Above the Noise in the Education Space

Educators are like everyone else: every day they are getting deluged with emails—from The Gap, from Scholastic, from their cousin—and marketing campaigns relying on email alone are having trouble rising above the background noise. Educators are also similar to other consumers in their increasing use of digital and social media as an alternative to email. […]

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Beyond the Contract

By Marta Oddone | 08/28/2017 | 0 Comments
Beyond the Contract

Congratulations, you got the contract! But don’t pop the champagne just yet. For educators, signing a contract with your company is just one of many milestones in a long journey. Educators need vendors who are partners, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with them as they champion your product from sales pitch to successful implementation to the next budgeting […]

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FCC Confirmations, Spending for College Course Materials

By Anne Wujcik | 08/11/2017 | 0 Comments

The Federal Communications Commission is up to its full complement of commissioners at last. Before recessing for its summer break, the Senate confirmed Jessica Rosenworcel and Brendan Carr as two new commissioners. Chairman Ajit Pai, who needs to be reconfirmed before the end of the year, will have to wait until the fall for his […]

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Dynamic Learning Project, ESSA Evidence Regs

By Jodi Murphy | 08/04/2017 | 0 Comments

Google just doesn’t quit, with a new demonstration of its commitment to the education market, Google and Digital Promise have announced a new partnership—the Dynamic Learning Project—that will address the what the organizations describe as an emerging “second level digital divide” which is created by major differences in the ways teachers and students use technology. […]

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