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New LinkedIn Group Helps Educators Become Thought Leaders

New LinkedIn Group Helps Educators Become Thought Leaders

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Shawn Denise Andrews Director of Communications (770) 709-8905 ibarcriticalthinkingmethod.com Atlanta, GA-April 17, 2017 – Thought Leadership for Educators Forum is a new LinkedIn group that serves as a think tank for educators looking to... read more
Previews & Predictions for President Trump’s Education Plan

Previews & Predictions for President Trump’s Education Plan

President Donald Trump’s may be signaling his ideas on education reform in ways never seen before in history. Saul (2016) reported that President Donald Trump is in favor of school vouchers and charter schools. Mr. Trump rolled out the banner element in his education... read more
Career Colleges: A Race to the Future

Career Colleges: A Race to the Future

It’s not enough to merely have ideas, education, and experience. Students have to become better at documenting, packaging, and marketing their knowledge. Today, students have to become thought leaders and subject matter experts by creating intellectual property that... read more
Why Workforce Education Should Be Important to Educators

Why Workforce Education Should Be Important to Educators

There is an ongoing debate raging as to whose responsibility it is to prepare college graduates for today’s workforce.  Corporate managers suggest that many college graduates aren’t prepared with the critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making skills... read more
How College Graduates Can Enter Their Professions on Top

How College Graduates Can Enter Their Professions on Top

Conventional wisdom suggests that one of the best ways for college graduates to get a job in their chosen field is to have participated in an internship within a company. Soergel (2015) noted that a 2014 report conducted by the National Association of Colleges and... read more

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The SBA says…

"On behalf of the U.S. Small Business Administration, we thoroughly enjoyed your presentation...Your sharing of invaluable information to small businesses on how to effectively apply critical and strategic thinking to resolve business problems was well-received by the participants. We look forward to working with you again." --Dorothy G. Atkins, Supervisory Economic Development Specialist