Grow as an Educator by Pursuing a Summer Professional Development Opportunity

The summer can be a valuable time for educators to pursue professional development opportunities, connect with other education professionals, and update themselves on innovative practices in education and education technology. This blog post is part of our Launch Into Summer Blog Series. Stay tuned for future posts on how entrepreneurs, educators, parents, and students can Read More

Moving Beyond “Ed Reform” – Insights from Kairos

Four hundred Massachusetts education leaders, including superintendents, elected officials, philanthropists and non-profits, gathered yesterday at UMass Amherst for the Kairos conference, hosted by MA Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Ed Jeff Riley.   The Kairos conference, which name means “a propitious time for decision or action” in Greek, convened stakeholders across the education ecosystem to Read More

World Languages Design Challenge

Learning a new language takes time, motivation, and an effective strategy, so traditional publishing companies are looking to harness technology and make the process easier. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) The Learning Company, a leading publisher of educational solutions, fiction, non-fiction, and more, is hosting a World Languages Design Challenge on March 1, 2019, in collaboration Read More

37 Emerging & Inspirational Black Leaders in Edtech (Updated)

To celebrate this Black History Month, we’re updating and resurfacing LearnLaunch’s list of some of the most influential black leaders in the educational innovation field. Many of these professionals have powerful stories and unique solutions to improve education for all learners. From startup CEOs to angel investors, these innovative leaders are transforming the education industry Read More