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Kate Eberle Walker

Mental health is harder for everyone—practical solutions are critical

November 9, 202

Schools are facing an enormous task in delivering mental health services to a growing number of students with urgent needs. Even before the pandemic, the gap in achievement levels due to mental health struggles was widening. The pandemic did not create this challenge; it only expanded the need.

Improving in-class special education with positives from online learning

August 20, 2021

It would be a lost opportunity to overlook hybrid ways to incorporate technology into the classroom for students with special needs. Read more in the latest article by Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, in eSchool News.

How teletherapy enables access to special education services

Amid post-pandemic shifts to private schools, teletherapy can play a key role in ensuring students receive essential services. Read more in the latest article by Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, in eSchool News.

American Consortium for Equity in Education: Female Leaders in Education

June 1, 2021

We’re excited to share news that Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, has been named among the “Female Leaders in the Education Industry” by the American Consortium for Equity in Education!

“In building our teletherapy platform, we have always stayed true to the idea that technology cannot replace the human connections that educators make with students; but it can ensure that those important connections still happen, even when they can’t be in-person.”

Read more on page 53!

Remote Work as a Long Term Solution for Schools

April 26, 2021

To remain attractive as employers, school districts need to consider remote work solutions. The schools that embrace this approach are likely to be the ones that win the battle for employee retention. Read more from Kate Eberle Walker and Mike Lowers, in an article originally published in Getting Smart.

Remote Work As A Long-Term Solution for Schools

April 26, 2021

Why limit hiring to only those who live locally? And why continue to lose hours of productivity to drive time?

There are compelling reasons for schools to incorporate remote work solutions into their model…long-term. Read more in a feature article in Getting Smart by Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, and Mike Lowers, executive director of the Central Kansas Cooperative in Education.

Reimagining Schools As Remote Employers

April 5, 2021

If schools want to retain employees, rethinking the idea of the physical workspace—and making remote work more widespread—is key.

“Will technology reshape the field of education? Not completely; there’s no replacement for the value of in-person connections. But technology solutions are changing the way educators do their work, and the way they make those connections with their students,” writes Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, in the first article in a new, bimonthly series she is contributing to eSchool News.

CooleyED Virtual Event: COVID-19’s Impact on Edtech in K-12; Lessons for the Future

February 3, 2021

Listen in as Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, joins a panel of investors and entrepreneurs in discussing the impact they saw from virtual learning on edtech companies and investment in the space, as well as the long-term effects when students return to the classroom.

Champion of Equity: Kate Eberle Walker

February 4, 2021

Equity & Access magazine, a publication of the American Consortium for Equity in Education, has named Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, as one of six Champions of Equity. The honor recognizes “standouts who are making a true impact for equity in our schools.”

Solutions for Working Moms During the Pandemic: One Size Does Not Fit All

January 30, 2021

Several of the working mothers at PresenceLearning shared their stories about their work experiences during the pandemic, and how they made changes to make extraordinary challenges manageable for them. From them we can all learn how companies can do better to support working mothers through, and back from, this crisis.

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