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A whole lot of attention has been placed on the vast array of tablet devices that are on the market right now and, yes, I am going to give you my “two cents.”
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A whole lot of attention has been placed on the vast array of tablet devices that are on the market right now and, yes, I am going to give you my “two cents.”
—Frank Pileiro

I am starting to question and think like a UDL promoter. When did this happen, how did it happen? What is the excitement all about?
—Cheryl Oakes

“In the move for education transformation, we need to listen to many voices, including students.”
–An interview with Shantanu Bala

As educators, we speak of Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) for ourselves, and sometimes our students. But what about parents?
–David Andrade

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