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Partch Included in Five Things I’ve Learned Project
Gregory A. Partch, Director of Education Technology for Hudson Falls Central School District, is one of 54 contributors from across education who is included in the original launch of Five Things I’ve Learned, a new media project by the Pearson Foundation that features personal and practical reflections of public leaders, global researchers, education innovators, and policy makers.
The Pearson Foundation announced this new project that aims to share the insights of education leaders whose daily efforts are improving outcomes for students inside and outside the classroom. Five Things I’ve Learned chronicles personal lessons learned from decades of real-world experience, sharing proven practice and wisdom about learning, teaching, and helping others.
The series extends the Pearson Foundation’s mission to share the best practices of the innovators shaping education today. Contributors to Five Things I’ve Learned share a common commitment to improving the fortunes of others through learning.
Five Things I’ve Learned will add new voices each week, with the goal of extending the dialogue around what works for young people, teachers and the school systems and community organizations that support them.