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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  • ‘Be the person you want them to be,’ says author/comedian on parenting
    Comedian and author Michael Ian Black joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book 'A Better Man: A (Mostly Serious) Letter to My Son,' which looks at toxic masculinity
  • Public Enemy’s Chuck D Talks Return to Def Jam, George Clinton, and Ferocious New Album
    "The hip-hop heavyweights drop their latest album What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down, a call to arms loaded with collaborations"
  • Pro-Trump disinformation efforts could tilt the entire election — if media outlets and tech companies let it happen
    "The reaction to a barrage of deceptively edited clips shows why Trump’s campaign has little incentive to tell the truth"
  • A decade after screaming about nonexistent “death panels,” Fox News is downplaying the deaths of 200,000 Americans
    Parker discusses FOX News' downplay of Covid-19 deaths
  • Non-Binary Sensation Jeffrey Marsh Wants You to Love You
    Jeffrey talks about how to be true to you
  • New York Times under fire for ‘homophobic’ cartoon of Trump and Putin
    Read what Jeffrey has to say on the New York Times cartoon

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