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2020 has been a year unlike any other–a global pandemic, critical presidential election, nation-wide protests of the horrific police killings of black men and women. 
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At thinkLaw we were proud to be a part of some amazing conversations on some incredible podcasts throughout 2020, and even launched our very own 
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EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT   thinkLaw is seeking a full-time, remote Executive Assistant (EA) for the CEO & Founder, Colin Seale. This EA will enhance the focus 
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The holidays are here! This time of the year is always a bit of a whirlwind for teachers—the semester is ending, report card grades are 
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thinkLaw's CEO, Colin Seale, earned the $20,000 prize in the Education category of the Echoing Green Social Innovation Challenge which will help further our mission of leading a critical thinking revolution.
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The Age of Agility requires schools to prepare learners to solve problems unthought using technologies uncreated in professions that do not yet exist. But screaming 
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The Educational Equity Equation Conversation Series, Session II: Prioritizing Equity as an Academic Success Strategy for School Leaders, featuring Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah In our moment 
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The Educational Equity Equation Conversation Series, Session I: Why Math and Racial Justice Actually Add Up, featuring José Luis Vilson, NBCT and Colin Seale Civil 
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What if a lawyer’s critical thinking skills could be taught ALL children in ALL classes–even in math?  With thinkLaw’s latest curriculum, students in middle school math classes can learn to look at problems and solutions 
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