Dear CEP Friends, My many thanks to all of you. Yes, it is gratitude that overwhelms me this week as I step down as CEP President and CEO. I accepted this position two years ago with the blessing of CEP founder Sandy McDonnell, who sadly passed away less than 80 days after I took office. … Continue reading “AN HONOR AND A PRIVILEGE”
The sudden emergence of a plethora of cyber issues that literally defines K–12 policy toward technology integration has created a dire need for ethical clarity and behavioral policy. The digital age beckons us to usher in a new era of character education, aimed directly at addressing the opportunities and challenges of living a digital lifestyle. Jason … Continue reading “Can Cyber-citizenship Tame the Digital ‘Wild West’?”
When it comes to flourishing in school nowadays, scientific evidence is mounting that confirms what many of us have suspected all along—that if we want children to truly learn, and to perform better in life as both students and citizens, then we have to educate them in an environment that they see as safe, caring … Continue reading “Creating Safe Spaces that Nurture Learning”
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