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INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero They’ve been around for more than 50 years, but a lot of factors were converging in recent years that led to some very significant changes for what was formerly PLATO…

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Edmentum in Times Square Edmentum in Times Square thanks to our talented friends at @Franke+Fiorella for helping us build this incredible brand!

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edmentum Redefining the 21st Century Classroom Day 1 of the new EdOptions, PLATO Learning and Archipelago Learning! Education momentum moving forward is now the new edmentum!!!!

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Make a decision and live with it…

At a cool 49 degrees in East Texas, it is ripe for voting weather wherever you are. (People in the northeast, I pray you find shelter and heat.) As voters decide their presidential hopeful today, I find myself needing to … Continue reading

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Getting back to writing

I feel like I need to resuscitate my blog here since I have not done much for some time.  As of yesterday, a new fiscal year has begun with many new changes, challenges and solutions – oh, my! This month is packed … Continue reading

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When your kids want to help :)

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Stopping to look up…

Stopping to look up...

@ Crowne Plaza Dallas, TX for #txascd12

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18 Videos Suggested for Back to School Faculty Meetings and other educational audiences « 21k12

18 Videos Suggested for Back to School Faculty Meetings and other educational audiences « 21k12. I picked this up from a tweet. What do you think?

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For Texas Schools, a Year of Doing Without – NYTimes.com

“For Hutto and the 1,264 other public school districts in Texas, this has been the year of doing without. Texas lawmakers cut public education financing by roughly $5.4 billion to balance the state’s two-year budget during the last legislative session, … Continue reading

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