An Easier Way to Roster Staff Who Are Not in Your SIS

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Use ClassLink Roster Server for Every Edition of Google Workspace for Education

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Flip the Script: Instead of Additional Learning Time, Use Current Time More Efficiently

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Working Together to Support Education

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Education Leaders

How Schools Are Addressing Learning Gaps

Whether you call it learning loss, unfinished learning, or learning gaps, schools are sorting out ways to bring students up to speed after a long stretch of remote learning. In this post, we share what educators and education leaders are doing during the regular school year and summer school to help students catch up on missed learning opportunities.
Jerri Kemble
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Jamie Saponaro
Education Leaders
Remote Learning

Flip the Script: Instead of Additional Learning Time, Use Current Time More Efficiently

In all the excitement of stimulus funds coming down to the local level and the requirements of addressing lost learning time, many new ideas are being floated on how to help students once full-time in-person instruction begins again. An idea being discussed by districts across the country is the idea of extended learning time.
Susan Gentz
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ClassLink

Engagement Insight: May 2021

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. Each year Mental Health America, National Alliance on Mental Illness, and other mental health organizations across the country organize events, webinars, and more to improve access to mental health resources and support.
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ClassLink
Partnerships

Partnering with ClassLink: May 2021

Everyone committed to the education industry wants the same thing—success for schools. But that success requires that systems work together, exchange information, and are easy to access. ClassLink’s approach to vendor partnerships creates an environment where plug-and-play and interchanging apps aren’t just possible—they’re seamless.
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ClassLink

Engagement Insight: April 2021

April is National Volunteer Month, a month dedicated to honoring and encouraging our communities’ volunteers. April became National Volunteer Month as part of President George W. Bush’s Points of Light Campaign in 1991. It is the perfect time to recognize the impact that volunteer service can have on local and national challenges, building stronger communities, and transforming the world!
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ClassLink
Partnerships

Working Together to Support Education

In the age of digital learning (both in and out of the classroom), educators, students, and staff need the technologies they use to work together so learning can stay on track. That’s precisely why ClassLink’s Partner Program exists—and why we’ve taken a transparent and inclusive approach to work with EdTech vendors.
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ClassLink

Engagement Insight: March 2021

Welcome to our new Engagement Spotlight format—new look, same helpful resources and tips. This month we’re highlighting National Women’s Month and bringing a little joy to our monthly update!
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ClassLink
Remote Learning

How Data Helps ClassLink Schools Grow Digital Engagement

Last year we shared data highlighting the remote learning experiences of ClassLink schools in the spring of 2020. The data painted a picture of schools making quick transitions to remote learning with relatively stable use compared to pre-pandemic numbers. With the fall semester complete, we revisited ClassLink Analytics data to see how student engagement with digital resources had evolved.
Mary Batiwalla
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Alex Poon
ClassLink

Four ClassLink Tips and Tricks that Save Teachers Time

When I talk with teachers, I like to share tips and tricks for using ClassLink to save them time and make their day a little easier. Here I’m going to share those nuggets with you. Number one is my favorite for staying organized. Teachers tell me that number two is a gamechanger for saving time during busy school days, and number four is just plain fun.
Jamie Saponaro
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