ASCD Launches New Video Streaming Service for Educators

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Currently the senior consultant at Lydian, Inc., in Chicago, John Heintz previously served as chief legal officer and assistant superintendent at Niles Township High School District 219 for over six years. In his efforts to stay current with the latest developments in education, Chicago’s John Heintz has relationships with professional organizations such as the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).

In a recently released statement, ASCD announced the launch of a new streaming platform that will give educators instant access to its catalog of professional learning videos. A cloud-based service, ASCD Streaming features carefully organized digital content that can be accessed anywhere and at any time via a computer, smartphone, or tablet.

The streaming platform includes award-winning videos on a variety of topics, including school diversity, education policy, teacher leadership, and student success. Currently, the on-demand service features 40 videos, but ASCD will continually add more titles to the list.

Teachers and other education professionals interested in using the service can view the content with individual rentals or full-year subscriptions. Package pricing ranges from $14.95 to $995. For more information, visit www.ascd.org.