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January 08, 2015

Digital Playbook of P-TECH High School Model Offered Online

Growing interest in the Pathways in Technology Early College High School prompted IBM and CUNY to put tools and case studies online to help others replicate the model.

October 22, 2014

Free AP Classes Offered Through Massive Open Online Courses

Rice University launches edX course in AP biology, environmental science, and physics, although they are not endorsed by the College Board.

October 21, 2014

Online Training Launched to Improve College Access Advising

The National College Access Network has launched a professional development training platform to better equip counselors who assist students in the college search process.

October 10, 2014

Report Offers Tips on Expanding Access to Rigorous Courses Through Online Options

A new report from the International Association for K-12 Online Learning includes strategies states are using to develop policy to pay for online course options.

October 09, 2013

California's 'Linked Learning' Initiative Gets Influx of Funds

Linked Learning in California receives substantial investment from the James Irvine Foundation to expand program in high schools.

May 29, 2013

Unemployment and Earnings for College Grads Vary by Field

Students who major in the STEM fields tend to have the best opportunities for employment and earnings, according to a new report.

April 12, 2013

Summer Texting, Mentoring Keeps Incoming College Students on Track

Low-income high school graduates are more likely to attend college in the fall if they receive peer mentoring and text-message reminders over the summer, new research from Harvard finds.

April 11, 2013

Budget Reaction From Secondary and Higher Ed.

Reaction to the administration's 2014 budget proposal encouraging from high school and college education community, but realistic about the chances for passage.

January 10, 2013

Technology Breaks Suggested as Way to Improve Learning Focus

Students working at home generally can't make it more than five minutes before becoming distracted with technology.



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