Episode 9: K–12 Edtech Innovation: What Is It and Why Should Principals Care?

Episode 9: K–12 Edtech Innovation: What Is It and Why Should Principals Care?

Sarah Silverman is a Senior Vice President at Whiteboard Advisors, a strategic consulting and communications firm. For over a decade, she has advised state leaders on education, assisting with the development of state policies that transform teacher and leader preparation, evaluation, and training. Prior to joining Whiteboard Advisors, she led the National Governors Association Education Division’s work on early care and K-12 education systems. Her research and writing have focused on the impact of state and national policy on social justice activism, teacher beliefs, talent management, early care and education, and ethics of education. In this episode, we talk with Sarah about the major trends in Edtech innovation, what we can learn from “big data” in K-12 education, ESSA implementation, and how these issues impact principals.

Sarah Silverman is a Senior Vice President at Whiteboard Advisors, a strategic consulting and communications firm. For over a decade, she has advised state leaders on education, assisting with the development of state policies that transform teacher and leader preparation, evaluation, and training. Prior to joining Whiteboard Advisors, she led the National Governors Association Education Division’s work on early care and K-12 education systems. Her research and writing have focused on the impact of state and national policy on social justice activism, teacher beliefs, talent management, early care and education, and ethics of education. In this episode, we talk with Sarah about the major trends in Edtech innovation, what we can learn from “big data” in K-12 education, ESSA implementation, and how these issues impact principals.

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