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67. Unlocking Potential for all Learners with Jess Corinne from Learnfully

Today we are chatting with Jess Corinne, Head of Services at Learnfully. Learnfully is a personalized learning platform that incorporates interests and assesses a learner’s strengths, challenges, and learning style in an expedited manner, then matches them with individualized strategies and highly-skilled educational specialists. They proactively measure and communicate progress over time, which is quite …

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66. Investing Kids in their Education with Shannon Beem from SLAM! AZ

Today I am chatting with Shannon Beem, the Principal of SLAM! Arizona.fSLAM (Sports Leadership, Arts, and Management) Arizona is a public charter school. Their mission is to provide an engaging, challenging, and supportive learning environment that produces college-bound graduates and positions them for future success. SLAM! defines “sports” as a pathway for students to engage …

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65. American Leadership Academy to open an innovative career and academic high school this fall!

In today’s episode I am talking with Jeremy Klomp, The Director of American Leadership Academy Applied Technologies. ALA Applied Technologies is the first full-service, tuition-free high school in the state to offer rigorous core classes along with quality Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. This 9-12 grade public charter school will open in Mesa, Arizona …

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64. Students Taking Ownership of their Own Learning with Jamie and Andrew from Great Hearts Online

In today’s episode I am talking with Jamee Twardeck and Andrew Shihan from Great Hearts Online. The mission of Great Hearts Academies is to cultivate the hearts and minds of students in pursuit of truth, goodness, and beauty through a rigorous, classical education. Now students throughout Arizona can receive this curriculum tuition-free from the comfort …

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63. The Socratic Experience with Michael Strong

Today I am chatting with Michael Strong, an experienced designer of innovative school programs in the United States. Michael is also the Founder and Chief Visionary of The Socratic Experience. The Socratic Experience is a virtual school for students ages 8-19. The Socratic Experience is meaningful, purpose driven education. It combines classical education with self-directed …

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62. Art Lessons Delivered to Your Front Door with Liza from Drew’s Art Box

  Would you like a box of beautifully curated art lessons, complete with supplies, mailed directly to your door?  Today I am talking with Liza, mom, artist, teacher, and Founder of Drew’s Art Box.  Liza wanted to use her passion for art to make lessons accessible to more families. Drew’s Art Box brings a more …

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61. Allowing Kids to be Co-creators of their Own Education at Prenda Microschools with Rachelle Gibson

  Today I am talking with Rachelle Gibson, the Head of New Markets at Prenda Microschools. Prenda was created to provide kids with a tuition-free learning experience that empowers them to become co-creators of their education. Meeting in homes and other flexible locations, small groups of K-8 students engage in project-based learning, utilize state-of-the-art online …

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60. Do I Still Have a Voice as a Public School Mom? with Amy Carney from B.E.S.T.

  In today’s episode I am talking with Amy Carney, the deputy director of Arizona B.E.S.T. (building education for students together.) She is the author of Parent on Purpose and the 100 Questions for Mom Journal.  Amy speaks to moms and dads about the importance of raising their children with more intentionality. Her work has …

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59. Micro School Innovation: How True North Academy engages, inspires, and supports every learner

  Today we are talking with Beth Bovee, Head of School at the new micro school, True North Academy. We are also joined by Michele Hudak, Special Education Director. True North Academy offers individualized education for students in grades K-6. The unique design of True North Academy’s educational approach offers children individualized hands-on opportunities. True …

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58. The Hope Scholarship for West Virginia Students with Andrew Bambrick

   Today I spoke with Andrew Bambrick, the Education Outreach Coordinator for the Cardinal Institute of West Virginia.  Andrew provides us with all the details about West Virginia’s new Hope Scholarship program. The Hope Scholarship is West Virginia’s education savings account which gives parents an opportunity to use their education dollars towards private school …

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