Working at Frontline Technologies: Glimpses From a Summer Internship
I'm currently a Business Marketing major at Eastern University where I'll be starting my junior year in the fall, and this summer I had the opportunity to work with the Marketing department at Frontline Technologies. I'd like to share what I learned over the summer – and give you a look into what it's like to work at Frontline!
How To Justify Attending a Frontline Conference
Getting approval to attend a conference isn't always easy, especially with tight district budgets. And if you do get the go-ahead, you want to make the most of the event! In a recent survey, your peers and attendees of last year's Frontline Live conference shared their top tips for getting approval to attend the conference – and wowing their district with their experience when they returned!Continue Reading
Who’s Who in K-12 Social Media
Are you building your online Personal Learning Network (PLN) to help you find and share great ideas? Many people in K-12 have discovered that building an online PLN is one of the fastest and best ways to ask questions, find answers and get inspired by what others are doing. Here are a just a few of the influential voices in K-12 that will give you a great start for your PLN. Find and follow them on Twitter or their blogs to start learning, sharing and growing!
Why Attend a Frontline Regional Conference?
Dig deeper into Aesop and VeriTime, meet the Frontline team, network with other district professionals, show off your Ping-Pong® and Nerf® gun skills... These are just a few of the reasons to attend a Frontline Technologies Regional Conference - check out this infographic for more great reasons to attend our Columbus conference in October!Continue Reading
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Gone With the Wind: Will the Sequester Blow Over as Fast as the “Snowquester”?
Last week, many in the Northeast found out they were overly prepared for the "snowquester" - the snowstorm that didn't quite happen. The overblown "snowquester" (named after the recently passed "sequester") left a lot of people in the Northeast feeling a little sheepish after the 6-18 inch predicted super-storm brought little more than a drizzle for many areas that had already called off school. What about the "sequester" from which the snowquester took its name? Districts have been prepping for the worst, but the dreaded cuts slipped into place last Friday with surprisingly little noise. Will the sequester, like the snowstorm, fizzle out after a flurry of activity - or will the full impact of the cuts still threaten to cripple education?Continue Reading