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What the Learning Sciences Are Teaching Us About Learning – Pt. 2

This is the fifth vlog in a series sharing highlights from keynote addresses that will focus on current events and themes in education. This video features the topic of the learning sciences.   Dr. Pamela Cantor, Founder and Senior Science Advisor for  Turnaround for Children demonstrates how scientific research can be utilized in school design and […]


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Felicia Cumings Smith

Felicia C. Smith is an Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning at the 26th largest urban district in the country, Jefferson County Public Schools (Louisville, Kentucky). There she provides oversight of the district’s strategies for implementing curriculum and instruction, federal programs, library media supports, and professional learning. These efforts are focused on the district’s vision for […]


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Layla Avila

Layla Avila serves as CEO/Executive Director of Education Leaders of Color (EdLoC). Along with Kaya Henderson and Aimée Eubanks Davis, Layla convened 18 prominent African American and Latino education leaders to discuss whether a new entity of education leaders of color was necessary to expand the faces, voices, and emphases of education efforts and build […]


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What the Learning Sciences Are Teaching Us About Learning

This is the fourth vlog in a series sharing highlights from keynote addresses that will focus on current events and themes in education. This video features the topic of the learning sciences.  Todd Rose, Co-Founder and President of Populace, and professor at Harvard Graduate School of Education, provides insight on the flawed concept of “average” […]


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iNACOL Welcomes Layla Avila and Felicia Cumings Smith to Board of Directors

Please join us in congratulating and welcoming Layla Avila and Dr. Felicia Cumings Smith to the iNACOL Board of Directors. Their terms run from 2019 to 2023. Layla Avila Layla Avila (@Layla__Avila) serves as CEO/Executive Director of Education Leaders of Color, which she founded along with Kaya Henderson, Aimée Eubanks Davis, and 18 other prominent […]