Last week, we had the privilege of attending the National Alternative Education Association annual conference in Tampa, Florida, and it was truly magical. “Alternative education” is a broad umbrella term for any educational program or setting outside the traditional, mainstream classroom. The implications range from students with disabilities to social-emotional regulatory issues to gifted students; some students in alternative education programs just have parents who want them to try something different. The conference brought together people from across the country with a wide range of backgrounds to share unique insights on their approach to teaching. Our founder, Anthony Galgano, gave a fantastic speech addressing the ramifications of robotics and generative artificial intelligence. Above is a clip. Also in attendance were: Director of Curriculum Development Emily Hajko, Curriculum Developer Vanessa Mahoney, and Cofounder Kwasi Acheampong.
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