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June 30th, 2023

How Colleges Utilize Career Assessments to Help Students Identify Their Interests

Explore how colleges leverage career assessments to help students discover their interests, make informed decisions, and plan for fulfilling careers. Learn about the MAPP assessment’s comprehensive approach, user-friendly interface, and actionable results, making it a preferred choice for colleges and universities.

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June 1st, 2023

Join the Largest Gathering of Career Education Professionals at the 2023 North American Career Education Convention in Kansas City

Register now for the 2023 North American Career Education Convention, taking place from June 20-22 in Kansas City. Attend keynote sessions by thought leaders and Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec, and network with school leaders and partners from the US and Canada. Don’t miss out on this opportunity for diverse content growth. Register today!

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February 8th, 2023

Your chance to participate in the 2023 State of the Industry Survey for lead generation!

It is time again for the State of the Industry Survey! Every year, PX takes your input to determine the State of the Industry and understand the challenges, current business practices, and the factors that drive the business decisions in our Industry. These Survey’s results will be presented by us in the opening keynote at LeadsCon 2023 next month in Las Vegas.

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January 11th, 2023

Cool! 6 TED-Ed lessons about the cold

It’s January, and in many places, that means cold weather–and possibly some snow. It may be hard to capture students’ attention now that most winter breaks are over. Creating a video-based lesson that explores different concepts around cold weather is one fun way to boost student engagement. These TED-Ed Lessons cover snowflakes, the coldest place […]

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November 30th, 2022

10 Questions to Ask Current College Students at Your School

Over the course of the school year, it can be easy to fall into a rhythm where communication is happening in primarily one direction: the school sharing information with its students.  From event announcements to deadline reminders and everything in between, there’s so much communication happening and it’s primarily moving in one direction. However, it’s […]

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May 3rd, 2022

Don’t forget social, emotional health for district IT staff

During all the tumult of the last two years of schooling, from remote to hybrid to masked in-person, educators prioritized the social and emotional needs of students. A full 70 percent of schools now offer mental health programming, according to a recent survey from the American School District Panel and 20 percent of these schools […]

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May 2nd, 2022

Will gamification replace paper tests?

Nearly everyone remembers the stress of taking a test in school. In-class exams have the power to make even the most dedicated of students quake with fear, not to mention the damage they can do to the egos of struggling learners. For some students, the stress causes their minds to go blank, while others experience […]

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May 2nd, 2022

3 ways schools can support youth mental health

The collective damage caused by the pandemic has yet to be fully understood, but the toll it has taken on youth mental health and emotional well-being is becoming exceedingly apparent. Widespread social isolation and loneliness, uncertainty, parental loss of a job, the widening digital divide, feelings of anxiety over becoming ill, and loss of a […]

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April 29th, 2022

How to create a multi-layered approach to ADHD treatment

According to the CDC, 9.4 percent of children have ADHD. Teachers are often familiar with the associated behaviors of ADHD. Each child’s presentation of ADHD is unique. Some of the most common symptoms of ADHD include difficulty sustaining attention, completing assigned tasks at school (often including homework), physical restlessness, strain in social relationships and appearing […]

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January 13th, 2022

Creating classroom community in a digital space

One of my favorite parts of being an educator is the sense of community that is created with each new class of students. Fostering that feeling in person has its challenges of course, but is a bit easier to administer and coach when you’re face to face. When asked to build that same sense of […]

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