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How CUE Will Help Guide ESSA in California

Earlier this week, the letter below was sent by CUE's CEO on behalf of four organizations to state leaders at the California Department of Education (CDE). It was crafted jointly by leaders of ACSA, CUE, CETPA and TICAL in response to the CDE's request for guidance on implementing the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in California. We've already received a response […] Read More

Mobile Learning and Worldwide Connectivity in Paris

Around the world, CUE continues to lead the way in 1:1 learning environments. Earlier this month, as TUSD Senior Director of Technology, I took time out from eating pan-a-chocolat, baguettes, and drinking cappuccinos to present at the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Annual Mobile Learning Week Symposium held March 8-11 in Paris, France. […] Read More

Social Media and More at CUE 2016 National Conference

The CUE 2016 National Conference is almost here! As the official #notatcue social media coordinator, I thought I’d check in and give conference attendees an update for plans at this year’s event. For the the past year, I’ve been monitoring social media at major CUE events from the comfort of my home outside Chicago. As […] Read More

Why Be CUE Rock Star Faculty?

Applications to be a part of a the faculty for CUE Rock Star Camps are open, but they close Jan 10. We're always looking for exciting new voices to join the family, but why should you? The CUE Blog went straight to the horse's mouth and asked some of our Faculty (also sometimes known as CUE […] Read More

Keeping Pace Report 2015

Keeping Pace 2015 report is now available online The Keeping Pace report was developed as an important guiding document for schools around the world. Since 2004 it has examined the status and provided an overview of the policies, practices, and trends of online education across the country. CUE CEO Mike Lawrence, as well as CUE […] Read More

CUE’s CEO Remarks to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing

NOTE: this is not what it looked like when I was speaking to the Commission, but it is me, and I did have a tie on. Below are the remarks I delivered October 8, 2015 to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. The CCTC was convened to make recommendations to changing the credentialing process in California, which […] Read More

#CUErockstar Chat Opening Night

“Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends, we’re so glad you could attend. Come inside, come inside.” -Emerson, Lake, & Palmer CUE Rock Star Teacher Camp is taking the show on the road by instituting a brand new #CUERockstar monthly chat. That’s right, rock stars. Every month, last Sunday of the month, right […] Read More

CUE Goes to ISTE – Weird Birds

I talked with Melissa Eddington and Shauna Pollock about their Birds of a Feather Session - Calling all Weird Teachers, which happened Monday evening. These two teachers are all about bringing the creativity and verve into the classroom and pulled in many teachers unfamiliar with The Weird Way to their session. Also- Rocky impressions. https://youtu.be/7xOsPxTRmOI […] Read More

Something Weird This Way Comes (to the CUE Blog)

Welcome to the new incarnation of the CUE Blog. My name is Doug Robertson, and I’ll be the CUE Blog’s Supreme Mugwump, Grand Poobah, and Cat in the Hat.* The CUE Blog will be home to a diverse and interesting collection of writers covering education topics far and wide, general and specific. It is my […] Read More

CUE Provides Input on the Future of Future Ready

by Mike Lawrence, CUE CEO The Future Ready effort, representing more than 2,000 Superintendents and almost 14 million students nationwide, recently welcomed CUE’s CEO Mike Lawrence, Director of Academic Innovation Jon Corippo, CUE Board Secretary-elect Jason Borgen, and Lead 3 Convener Rowland Baker to Washington DC for a one day meeting at the White House. […] Read More