Kimberley Harrington Recognized as "EdTech Hero" for Work on Future Ready Schools in New Jersey

Sep 29, 2017

Last fall, Harrington launched an initiative in her state to further the development of Future Ready Schools. To enhance the initiative in New Jersey, Harrington partnered with two key organizations in the state — the New Jersey School Board Association and the New Jersey Institute of Technology — to implement a school-level certification program, which guides schools as they apply to become “future-ready.”

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It’s Not All Black and White: A Conversation Around Equity

Last summer, Adam Phyall and I were engaged in an interesting conversation. This isn’t uncommon as anyone that knows us knows we can debate and discuss just about anything under the sun, but this time it was different. For one, we weren’t at a conference or a school building. We were “tubing” down a river…

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How is your district preparing for a potential long-term closure?

In times like this, with so much uncertainly, the Future Ready Schools® network comes together to do exactly what we envisioned it to do five years ago; support each other with tools, resources, and advice as districts embark on similar challenges. Last night the FRS network did just that during an hour long twitter chat…

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Equity and Innovation Meet in Edgecombe County to Reimagine Students’ Futures

This blog is part of a series highlighting the voices of educators committed to supporting equity and fulfilling the promise of the Brown vs. Board of Education Supreme Court decision. To learn more about how you can support the legacy of this landmark case, join the Alliance for Excellent Education’s (All4Ed’s) #OurChallengeOurHope campaign. Where does…

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