Category: Education

Posted by T.J. Winick

Transparency and Accountability in Higher Education

November 14, 2018 In Corporate, Crisis Communications, Education Leave a comment

It wasn’t so long ago when colleges and universities were the beneficiaries of a trusting deference; when it was believed they could be counted on to “do the right thing.”

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Posted by Rebecca Simmons

Bringing Communities Together: Four Takeaways from PerkinsHacks

April 25, 2018 In Education Leave a comment

Recently, I had the pleasure of attending Perkins School for the Blind’s first-ever Hackathon. I’d read about Hackathons before – people from all age groups and backgrounds coming together to

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Posted by Jennifer McAlpine

Coming Together: Managing the Message is Key as Mergers Start to Reshape Boston’s Higher Ed Landscape

September 26, 2017 In Education Leave a comment

With 35 colleges and more than 150,000 students within Greater Boston, the City has long been a hub for Higher Education. As a result, many professionals, business executives and political

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Posted by Alexandra Nickel-Milstone

Communicating the Value of Personalized Learning

September 26, 2017 In Education Leave a comment

Working with several education clients including K-12 and Higher Ed institutions, foundations and advocacy organizations, we pay close attention to issues and trends affecting schools and districts across the country.

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Posted by Travis Small

Alphabet Soup: Humanizing Today’s Buzzwords in Education

September 26, 2017 In Education Leave a comment

From blended learning to STEM (or STEAM) to 21st century skills and work-based learning, there seems to be an unending stream of new buzzwords in education. With all this jargon,

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Posted by Jackson Murphy

Teaching Media Literacy in a World of ‘Fake News’

September 19, 2017 In Education Leave a comment

After a summer of whirling news cycles, young people are settling back into the classroom with information from a wide array of sources at their fingertips – some legitimate, others

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