A New Breed of Modern Educational Leaders is Emerging. Are You One of Them?
Welcome to a New and Different World of Learning
The last decade has seen enormous changes in the ways we can learn. And for most education leaders, keeping up has been almost impossible. EML is the leading, independent, global clearinghouse to help educational leaders fully understand the opportunities and challenges of this most amazing moment. Our subscribers keep up, and their students do, too. EML members receive::
Twice Weekly Updates on the World
You don't have the timeto wade through the huge streams of articles, videos, presentations and posts about education. So each week, our newsletter curates the best dozen or so pieces that deserve your attention and deliver them straight to your inbox. And, we update you on what's new at EML as well.
To help you see the world more fully through a modern learning lens, our members-only whitepapers take you deep into the most important topics of the day. Literacy, leadership, pedagogy, technology...we pull together the best research and opinion in one place for easy reference.
Masterclasses: Expert Learning
Learn from the bestwhen you watch our in-depth video masterclasses with educators and leaders from around the world who are leading change. Hear what works, how it works, and why it works with these comprehensive interviews and resources.
EML Leadership Podcasts
"Fascinating." "Relevant." "Thought-provoking."The EML podcasts get inside the brains of the most interesting writers, authors, and doers in the world of modern learning. Thirty to 40 minutes long, our interviews will challenge your thinking, raise questions, and serve as great conversation starters in your schools and districts.
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"Like a lot of educators, I have a list of blogs and sources that I always pay attention to. More than I can possibly manage, actually. Having a place to go where people who think pretty much the same way I do curate information from multiple sources makes EML a great resource for me. I know I'm going to get forward-thinking, critical writing about the educational issues that are important to me. EML has become a regular, go to part of my reading." ~Mike Vollmert, Oxnard, CA.