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This blog was written by Treah Hutchings, Director, Educating All Learners Alliance. I had an incredible opportunity at this year’s ASU-GSV conference to serve as a judge for The Annual Education Innovation Showcase Competition (EALA is a supporting partner of the event). The Showcase is a global event honoring K-12 systems leaders who are launching […]

This article was written by Matthew Lynch on June 3, 2024 and published by The Tech Edvocate.   Digital books, commonly known as eBooks, have revolutionized reading in ways that were unimaginable a few decades ago. Their popularity has soared with advancements in technology and the digitalization of media. Here are three important reasons digital books are […]

This article was written by Sarah Sandelius on May 13, 2024 and published by The Ability Challenge.  In the ever-evolving education landscape, finding the right balance between targeted interventions and inclusive classroom instruction is crucial for supporting diverse learners, including students with disabilities. As school administrators and teachers, it’s essential to recognize the growing trend […]

This article was written by Lauraine Langreo on May 24, 2024 and published by EducationWeek. Big ed-tech players are adding generative artificial intelligence tools to existing products already popular in the K-12 world. While some educators and AI experts are excited, they say these new tools make the need for teacher training on AI even […]

This article was written by Erin Brereton on May 23, 2024 and published by EdTech Magazine. Technological tools, ranging from text-to-speech apps to audio-enhancing receivers, are being used more and more by schools to make content readily available to students with hearing and vision loss. The move to remote learning in recent years has emphasized the importance […]

This article was written by Matt Zalaznick on May 28, 2024 and published by District Administration.     The Hernando County School District is tackling the teacher shortage innovatively: the system, led by Superintendent John Stratton, has launched an on-the-job bachelor’s degree program for aspiring educators. John Stratton Stratton, who is retiring from the Florida district […]

 This Press Release was issued by ISTE on May 1, 2024.     WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and CAST announced a new partnership aimed at enriching the educational technology landscape through enhanced support and training around the CAST Universal Design for Learning (UDL) certification. This collaboration was established […]

This is a statement from The White House released on May 17, 2024. President Biden believes every student deserves access to a high-quality education that prepares them to be the next generation of leaders. Today, on the 70th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education (Brown) decision, which outlawed racially segregated schools – deeming them unequal and […]

The Educating All Learners Alliance Community of Action (CoA) brings together a diverse group of professionals twice a year to solve shared challenges affecting students with disabilities or learning differences. Each Community of Action convening centers on selected promising practices. By the end of each event (within 36 hours), participants team up and present group […]