By Jeremy Witt, Senior Associate A series of humanitarian crises have captured our collective attention through the harrowing realities facing displaced populations and the geopolitical struggles that we will confront in the months and years to come. However, through news coverage, social media and non-profit outreach, the knowledge and availability of these stories is powerful…READ MORE
By Bailie Moore, Manager The past two years have been increasingly difficult for educators and school administrators. The pandemic brought a host of challenges with it for school districts, board members and teachers. Add in frustration of virtual learning, racial tensions, political unrest, conflicting messaging about masking vs. not masking, and you can see why…READ MORE
The Great Resignation has impacted schools across the country. But hasn’t it been happening all along?
By Joe DiBenedetto, Managing Director The Great Resignation, a term coined during the seemingly never-ending coronavirus pandemic, is a mass movement of people quitting their jobs, impacting labor sectors across the United States. It’s a moment in time when it feels as though everyone is changing everything they’ve known. It can be argued that during…READ MORE