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A moment of gratitude for our teachers

A moment of gratitude for our teachers

Thirteen years averaging 13,000 hours – that’s how much time a child in the United States, on average, spends in […]

New roles, same 24 hours

New roles, same 24 hours

Although the 24 hours we all have every day hasn’t changed, the amount of roles parents and caregivers have taken […]

Broward County Public Schools seeking educators

Broward County Public Schools seeking educators

Broward County Public Schools has multiple job openings available for the 2020-2021 school year. As the sixth largest school district […]

Miami-Dade County Public Schools job openings

Miami-Dade County Public Schools job openings

Miami Dade-County Public Schools has multiple job openings available for the 2020-2021 school year. The winner of the 2012 Broad […]

Transitioning the pedagogy of play from in-person learning to distance learning

Transitioning the pedagogy of play from in-person learning to distance learning

By Angela K. Salmon and Muriel A. Vela Visible Thinking South Florida is at the forefront of early childhood education. […]

Positions open at Pembroke Pines Charter

Positions open at Pembroke Pines Charter

Pembroke Pines Charter East Campus is currently seeking elementary teachers. Committed to proving a safe environment that promotes a rigorous […]

Join the Panther Book Club

Join the Panther Book Club

The Panther Book Club is a virtual, private forum offered by the FIU Alumni Association to facilitate lifelong learning, personal […]

Alumna aids broadband’s spread beyond K-12 classrooms

Alumna aids broadband’s spread beyond K-12 classrooms

With technology constantly evolving around us, students have to adapt. Digital learning has become the new norm, especially for K-12 […]

Humans of CASE: Gina Duarte-Romero

Humans of CASE: Gina Duarte-Romero

Inspired by Humans of New York, where Brandon Stanton shares short stories of hundreds of New Yorkers, we went on […]

Ph.D. student’s trip to DC to discuss agricultural policies

Ph.D. student’s trip to DC to discuss agricultural policies

While students were unwinding from their courses during spring break, Ph.D. student David Riera was in Washington, D.C. speaking to […]