Students & Educators
Molly Farrow 0
Looking for new (and free) African American History Month resources?

African American History Month inspires teachers and students to engage in compelling debate and exploration. Curriculum Pathways has recently updated some of our best standards-aligned web and mobile-friendly resources to add to those discussions. These lessons focus on the critical-thinking challenges teachers expect, with more images and more online assessment tools.

Work & Life at SAS
Lisa Allred 0
Adoption: Part two

In my blog, Deciding to Adopt, I mentioned sharing 4 podcasts about adoption that I recorded with Darius Moore and Alex Kelly with the Children's Home Society of NC. Here are the second two podcasts on "Adopting in NC" and "Cross-cultural Fostering and Adoption". Adopting in NC Cross-cultural Fostering and

Alison Bolen 0
Today we celebrate The Do Loop!

By almost any measure, Rick Wicklin is the most prolific and most popular blogger at SAS. Author of The Do Loop, Rick has been writing and publishing blogs at SAS since 2010, and today he publishes his 1,000th post on The Do Loop! To celebrate, I want to highlight some

Caroline Hermon 0
Becoming data-driven

So, you want to compete and become a data-driven organisation, like everyone else in your market? Increasingly, organisational use of analytics has moved beyond process improvement, as analytics maturity increases. The most advanced organisations are now using data and analytics to generate new business models, products and services. In practice,

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