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Teach to Lead provides resources, facilitates stakeholder consultations, and encourages professional collaborations to develop and amplify the work of teacher leaders!

#EdTech #TeachToLead #Education #WebDevelopment
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A disability discrimination complaint could result in losing funding.

#ADA #Compliance #Education #WebDev
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Our team digs deep with teachers, school administrators, and students to receive direct feedback from the end-users who matter most for education websites.
#EdTech #WebDev #WebDesign #CMS #WebDevelopment #Education
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Celebrating with our friends at The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access!

#EdTech #MuseTech #Education #MUSEAwards #AAM2017 #WebDev #Education #Gold
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Here’s a look back at what Navigation North was working on during May in each of our fantastic previous years!

#EdTech #Education #Technology #HBD
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Washington, D.C. based research firm Clutch rates Navigation North as a leading web design and development agency for 2017.

#EdTech #WebDev #WebDesign #WebDevelopment
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We at Navigation North are proud to be a partner in researching, developing, and improving the Smithsonian Learning Lab in partnership with SCLDA.

#EdTech #Research #Education #OER
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In celebration of #TeacherAppreciationWeek, we'd like to share the new vintage throwback look of our website. The Navigation North team wants to remind everyone teachers are one of the most critical aspects affecting student success. While many things keep changing, quality teachers remain the most important resource needed in all classrooms.
Teachers: we support you, no matter what's in fashion!
https://www.navigationnorth.com/ #Education #EdTech #Teachers #Vintage
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More and more leaders in education are seeing the benefits of open educational resources:

“Saying that teachers should develop OER was blasphemy 10 years ago,” says Brian Ausland, a consultant at Navigation North, a company that helps schools use educational technology. “Now it is being encouraged by states and the federal government.”

#EdTech #OER #Education
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