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This year, at iNACOL’s annual conference on blended and online learning, we were honored to host and celebrate the launch of Michael Horn’s and Heather Staker’s book, “Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools.” For a special edition of the book, they allowed me to write a preface focused on how superintendents should think about blended learning, and I’m grateful for that. If you didn’t make it to the book launch party in Palm Springs, you missed some good fun, but don’t worry, you can still get a copy of the preface here. Both Michael and Heather are two amazing people who truly care about innovation in education. I’m thankful for the work they do to provide thought leadership in making blended learning and innovation a way of life for all educators and students.
One of the beautiful things about startup life is that you often get to wear many hats depending on the needs of the organization or, sometimes, just the time of day. As Education Elements’ office manager, I’ve got one of the most diverse work wardrobes on the team. I get the pleasure of working with every team member on board and with every team to some capacity. As a result, I know what makes each person special, and know what makes us, as an organization, special too.
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