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- Three new developments in K-12 technology integrat
- eSchool News: The Software & Information Industry Association’s (SIIA) 2014 Vision K-20 report/annual survey reveals that mobile tech, online assessments are key issues.
- A gaming site for science concepts
- eSchool News: The Possible Worlds digital games are designed to help improve student understanding of phenomena that are often the subject of scientific misconceptions.
- 5 ways the Common Core isn’t college-ready
- eCampus News: New brief urges higher education, states to better align Common Core with higher ed practices.
- States with the costliest teacher attrition
- eSchool news: A new report from the Alliance for Excellent Education (AEE) examines the reasons teachers leave their profession, analyzes the costs of recruitment and teacher replacement, and offers recommendations to help prevent educator turnover.
- 3 secrets to a successful digital transformation
- eSchool News: During the 2013-2014 school year, Archbishop Stepinac High School became an all-digital high school, with each of its 700 students utilizing a fully digital textbook library with more than 40 academic textbooks.
- Make the classroom collaborative
- eCampus News: Catering to today’s students is to ensure your classroom is not only tech-enabled, but allows for efficient and useful collaboration.
- What?! There is a ‘CTF 2.0’ Too?
- CSM: The California Public Utilities Commission is reexamining the structure and purpose of the CTF and has issued a draft proposal for reform. we wanted to alert you to a small window of opportunity in which you may submit comments to the CPUC...
- EducationSuperHighway on the Impact of FCC Vote
- THE Journal: Following the recent FCC vote on reforms to the E-rate broadband subsidy program, Evan Marwell, CEO and Founder of nonprofit advocacy group EducationSuperHighway (ESH), discusses the impact of the vote on educational technology...
- Cajon Valley preparing teachers for the digital fu
- San Diego Union Tribune: Cajon Valley USD is nearing the end of what Superintendent David Miyashiro calls an innovative program that provides teachers risk-free hands-on learning and support as they transform their classrooms to a digital learning environ
- Coding: Students, dogged teachers overcome obstacl
- Mercury News: Slowly, more coding classes are gearing up at high schools. But they're often in response to resourceful students and dogged teachers, rather than a sign of systemic change.
- CPUC seeks comments to assess the CTF Program
- CPUC: The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has issued a draft proposal for reforming the CTF Program on May 30, 2014. The CPUC seeks comments to assess the CTF
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