Computer Science Isn’t What You Think

Computer Science Isn’t What You Think

Last week, I was honored to be among over 500 leaders of corporate and non-profit organizations signing a letter to governors and education leaders across the United States. This letter calls for an important shift in our K-12 curriculum across the nation, allowing...
Education: Lighting a Fire

Education: Lighting a Fire

This week is National Teacher Appreciation Week. We at Learning.com are honored to recognize the efforts of our nation’s teachers! For me, this is a very personal matter. I grew up in a family of educators—both of my parents were school teachers, and many others in my...
Themes that Stood Out at ASU-GSV 2022

Themes that Stood Out at ASU-GSV 2022

Earlier this month, I attended the ASU-GSV Education Summit in San Diego, California. The event, in its 13th year, is organized by Arizona State University and Global Silicon Valley (a venture capital firm which focuses on investments into the education technology...
Why We Must Close the Digital Divide

Why We Must Close the Digital Divide

The term digital divide was first used in the mid-1990s, to describe the gap in equity between those who have access to computers and the internet and those who do not.  And even today, the Oxford Dictionary defines the digital divide as “the gulf between those who...