Educators and teachers are tasked with preparing their students for an ever-changing world. At a time when budgets are being slashed and teaching methods are challenged, the job has become exponentially more difficult. Emerging technologies can help bridge the gaps as teachers strive to instill a love of education that will endure outside of school. From equity to pedagogy, these keynoters have unique insights on the latest trends in teaching and learning.


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  • Dessa adds one more to her long résumé – podcaster – with BBC’s ‘Deeply Human’
    Twin Cities musician shows her nerdy side in a podcast about human behavior for BBC and American Public Media.
  • Teen Activist Is Making Resources Accessible To Non-English Speakers
    Kianni is fighting to correct the huge accessibility gap in climate change resources.
  • Youth Activist Uses Quarantine To Start Nonprofit That Translates Climate Change Information From English To Other Languages
    Sophia Kianni is 18 years old and has already accomplished quite a lot while being cooped up at home to help fight the spread of coronavirus. The Mclean, Virginia, high…
  • Trump can still make it very hard for the FBI to investigate him next year
    From a self-pardon to ordering Justice Department memos, the president has the power to protect himself
  • Sex Is Great, but I’m Not Risking COVID for a Hookup
    There’s no safe way to have a random hookup in the age of COVID-19. Michael Arceneaux misses sex, but is getting it on with a stranger worth the risk?
  • Meet the Fellows: An Interview with Brittany Packnett Cunningham
    Brittany Packnett Cunningham is a Fall 2020 Fellow at the Harvard Institute of Politics, a NBC News and MSNBC Contributor, and host of UNDISTRACTED, a news and justice podcast with…

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