Digital Learning Now
By: Erin Lockett. The Digital Learning Report Card examines each state’s progress in implementing policies that give students access to quality digital learning. These advances promise to revolutionize the current K-12 education model by giving students access to far more courses, and allowing them to learn in their own way and at their own pace. Today we're highlighting progress and sharing success stories from Florida.
At the National Summit on Education Reform Tom outlined 10 ways states could use prizes and pull mechanisms to boost learning.
Today we are recognizing 40 thought leaders and change makers shaping the future of U.S. K-12 education.
As "BLENDED: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools" hit shelves we sat down with authors Michael Horn and Heather Staker to discuss their new book and how disruptive innovation can improve schools.
Boston has been a leader in education for more than 400 years. Drawing from its existing network of universities, learning companies, innovation economy, and technical talent, there are more than 130 education technology and learning-oriented startups in the Boston area.
We are only just beginning to realize the potential for prizes to mobilize global expertise and accelerate innovation in education, according to the co-authors of a newly released paper. “Using Prizes & Pull Mechanisms to Boost Learning.”