Research findings from the first of the Project Information Literacy group's Passage Studies.

Why we need more teachers in iPad classrooms to record and share their teaching.

We must ensure that new technologies advance our goals rather than distract us from them.

U.S. education policy experts predict the death of schooling. U.K. educators shrug and pour tea.

Exploring the rhetorical shift from "vouchers" to "student-based backpack funding."

Reflections on the 2012 Open Education Conference

A review of The Futures of School Reform from the Harvard Education Publishing Group

An interview with Ken Bain and Alison Head on libraries, learning, and questions.

A recent study shows students do better on word problems featuring content aligned with their interests.

How fast is the broadband in your school building?

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