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It’s time to recognize our most passionate employees – Announcing PCG’s newest EPIC Awards winners

The EPIC Awards are a quarterly employee recognition program designed to help bring the four tenets that define PCG’s ethos—Entrepreneurial Spirit, Passion, Impact, and Community—to life in a tangible way. 

7. January 2021
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    PCG Publishes Series in NJ Spotlight on Supporting Remote and Hybrid Instruction in Education

    This fall, PCG’s Education team in New Jersey was honored to partner with NJ Spotlight to publish a series of articles about rising to challenges in education as schools pivot between remote and hybrid instruction.

    • 16. December 2020
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    Broward County Public Schools Helps Shine the Spotlight on PCG’s Online Learning Program Courageous Conversations about Race with Glenn Singleton

    In January of 2018, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS), the sixth largest and most diverse district in the country, partnered with PCG to offer an equity-focused professional learning program featuring the online course Courageous Conversations about Race with Glenn Singleton. Courageous Conversations about Race provides a framework, tools and strategies for productive interracial dialogue about race and directly supports improvements in culture and climate.

    • 14. December 2020
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    ‘Back-to-School’ Blog Series (Post #4): Progress Monitoring during Virtual Learning

    The fourth blog post in our ‘back-to-school’ series highlights several best practices of evidence-based progress monitoring that educators can apply to virtual instruction to ensure ongoing progress monitoring continues regardless of the learning environment, be it remote, blended, or in-person. According to author Jennifer Meller, “Such monitoring can, and should, be used broadly to provide feedback to all students but is critically important for students with IEPs to meaningfully update goals, accommodations, and services.”

    • 5. November 2020
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    ‘Back-to-School’ Blog Series (Post #3): Social-Emotional Learning

    The third blog post in our ‘back-to-school’ series explores the need for districts to implement a multi-tiered approach to social-emotional learning (SEL) during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent recommendation from the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL). Author Lauren English-Mezzino acknowledges that while many districts are familiar with a tiered approach for academics, integrating SEL into a multi-tiered system of support—whether instruction is fully remote, in person, or a blend of the two—may present new challenges for districts.

    • 1. October 2020