Social Recruiting Software: How To Attract Top Talent In Record Time

Can Social Recruiting Software Help You Attract Qualified Candidates? Is social recruiting software a wise investment or passing tech fad? One of the biggest challenges that HR professionals and business owners face is expanding their talent pool. Fortunately, you can use social recruiting tools to fill job openings with skilled employees. Social media is here … Read more

Sales Training Program For A Post-2020 World: Rethink It!

Designing A Modern Sales Training Framework 2020 definitely changed everybody’s outlook on the way standard business operations take place. Sales being a primary business operation for most businesses was among the first to re-order itself. Why? Because face-to-face meetings were no longer an option. Field Sales Re-Envisioned Well, field sales are still out of the … Read more

Using Social Media to Demonstrate Interest

Data from the National Association for College Admission Counseling show there is a powerful tool students can use to improve their admission chances: demonstrated interest. How can social media play a part? When a college receives your application, admission officers look for ways to determine whether you will accept their offer of admission. Since all colleges have … Read more

How does morality develop in children as they mature?

If we want to help children succeed and thrive so that they can reach their full potential, we need to understand their mental, biological, and emotional needs. Join Sean Sanders, Director and Senior Editor for Custom Publishing at Science, as he interviews outstanding researchers in a broad range of fields whose work either directly involves … Read more

The Only Cure for White Supremacy Is To Teach Students Real American History

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Posted Feb. 12, 2021

I was gifted an advanced screening of “Judas and the Black Messiah” earlier this week and it affirmed just how much education equals power, while…

Posted Feb. 16, 2021

I came across an image on social media the other day and it made me stop and think. In it, two boys—one white and one…

Posted Feb. 17, 2021

On January 6, as my students were learning about the history of trench warfare during World War I, I had no idea that our own…

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Black Teachers Should Matter Even When It Isn’t Black History Month

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Posted Feb. 3, 2021

President Joe Biden has certainly kept busy during his first days in the Oval Office. He has issued a call for national unity, doubled down…

Posted Feb. 1, 2021

Here at brightbeam, our North Star is “How Are The Children?” As parents look back over the last nine months of COVID-related school disruptions and…

Posted Feb. 4, 2021

The protests and activism that took place last year had an impact on schools. School districts are adding diversity, equity, and inclusion roles and stating…

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Will Your Black Teachers Still Matter When Black History Month Is Over?

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Posted Feb. 3, 2021

President Joe Biden has certainly kept busy during his first days in the Oval Office. He has issued a call for national unity, doubled down…

Posted Feb. 4, 2021

Whether you support your state’s reopening plans or not, the reality is families locked out of learning for nearly a year are getting fed up.…

Posted Feb. 4, 2021

The protests and activism that took place last year had an impact on schools. School districts are adding diversity, equity, and inclusion roles and stating…

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Want Your Education Data to Have Impact? Cut the Jargon.

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Posted Dec. 22, 2020

“We want to support you so that you can get to the great work of helping kids. You have to commit to that partnership if…

Posted Dec. 22, 2020

It was a year ago that I tried sweet potato pie for the first time. Now, I am white and, though I have lived in…

Posted Dec. 17, 2020

On the sun-glazed African continent, the most storied warrior people, incomparably formidable and sagacious in war, is the Maasai. It is perhaps unexpected, then, to learn…

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