By: Lucy Kosturko. Educational agencies talk a lot about achievement gaps. One emerging factor--technology--has shown both positive and negative effects, which begs the question: Do EdTech solutions run the risk of widening the achievement gap by widening the opportunity gap?
We need to revolutionize math perceptions if we want to close the experience gap and eliminate its most evident symptom: the achievement gap.
A new iNACOL policy brief provides an overview of Course Access as a state policy solution to opportunity and achievement gaps in K-12 education.
Turnaround efforts are hard work. It takes a mindset of constant improvement to get academic traction and find the right mix and placement of blended learning supports for students and teachers.