Extra Credit: S-P-E-L-L-I-N-G, Supreme Court, sex ed in the 1920s?
SmartBrief's Extra Credit pays homage to academic/arts achievers, extolls the value of clubs and notes that sex ed wars will never end.
Q&A: IFA CEO on what’s ahead for franchise businesses
Matthew Haller, president and CEO of the International Franchise Association, discusses the growth outlook for franchising, the group’s advocacy efforts and the advantages of franchised businesses.
Change or sustain? Balancing mindsets for what works, what doesn’t
If we seek improvement, should nothing stay the same? Fred Ende shares how he meshes the mentality of change with the mentality for staying the same.
Can we fix what’s wrong with continuous performance management?
The popular objectives and key results framework has merit, but its corresponding idea of continuous performance management has 3 key flaws. Learn what those are.
Tech Tip: Technology sparks creative learning, boosts skills
Technology offers new way for students to engage with content and can help nurture student self-expression, creativity and collaboration.
Learn the new language of transformational leadership
Learning to be a transformational rather than a transactional leader requires learning a whole new language and approach.
4 ways to improve learning recovery for students with special needs
Address the immediate needs of students with special needs through assessment, family engagement
Inflation is making purchases stressful, survey finds
Many consumers are stressed about purchasing amid high rates of inflation. Here's how marketers should adjust their strategies.
Into the mainstream: What’s next for organic foods and beverages?
Organic foods and beverages across categories more accessible than ever before in terms of both availability and price.
World experts support NRC’s current extravasation regulations
The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging is deeply concerned that inaccurate information that is being circulated regarding radiopharmaceutical extravasations might raise questions among patients and referring providers regarding the safety of nuclear medicine procedures.
Extra Credit: School resegregation, expelled principal, FAFSA data blunder
Extra Credit: Resegregation, FAFSA data blunder, expelled teacher
Does Cryptocurrency Mining Actually Need To Be Cleaned Up?
John Belizaire, the founder and CEO of Soluna Computing, does a deep dive on how cryptocurrency mining and blockchain technology impact the grid.
Chef Spike Mendelsohn on the magic of mushrooms for plant-forward cooking
Chef and PLNT Burger founder Spike Mendelsohn spoke about the versatility of mushrooms for creating craveable, plant-forward dishes during the Global Plant-Forward Culinary Summit at the Culinary Institute of America.
The power of conversations can transform students’ future
To help students plan for what comes after high school, they need to have thoughtful conversations with supportive adults.