Your team may be confronting virtual collaboration for the first time. As the CEO of a company with a distributed team from the start (Elisabeth is in Maryland and I am in California), I know we are not the only “virtual company” but definitely not the norm. Perhaps more companies are used to having a few remote employees while most are on-site. If you’re temporarily shifting to all remote, take heart. I’ve found it’s easier. Here are some tips that we’ve found to be helpful:
In this month’s Learning Series, we’ll be sharing information on early literacy development and how families can help build these critical foundational skills. It’s a timely subject! The ongoing debate regarding how children acquire literacy skills seems to have reached a new plateau, prompted in part by last fall’s NAEP scores showing declines in reading achievement for students in most of the country.