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Why EdSpark

There has been a considerable amount of attention given towards #EdSpark. I think we are on the brink of a radical shift in the way innovation develops in the education sphere. Allow me to explain. From my view, change in education is often tied to those within the “in-crowd.” Those within that group support what they deem worthy of their time, intellectual capital, and financial resources. Imagine for a moment the amount of ideas that may go unheard.

This April, educators and students who may traditionally been unnoticed will have a massive opportunity to shine. Continue Reading →


More To Come

Since the basketball shootathon in October I have had more than one thought about a similar effort to impact students at a different school. It is not solely students receiving tools. It is more about engagement and achievement.

Yep, there may be more similar efforts on the horizon that I have time articulate.

Stay tuned….something good is developing.


Shootathon Success With Video

The basketball shootathon was an amazing success.

I have to admit when Roger Weeder of First Coast News did the initial interview I wasn’t sure how everything would work out.

See below the first story.

Then there was the shootathon. A huge thank you goes to John Phillips for supporting and Vic Miccolucci of News 4 Jax for covering the story.

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After the above story aired we got a huge push from Jay and Diane Higbee of Foland and Higbee Real Estate. See below.

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