But what if Dr. King was still alive today? What would he think of our education system? And what would he say about digital inequity?


Technology changes so rapidly that it can be hard for schools to keep up. Is your school riding the wave of change or is it drowning?


Digital technology is supposed to allow students to learn in entirely new ways, bringing new innovations to every classroom. But this isn't always the case.


Are virtual schools really as great as they seem? What are the benefits? And what are the obstacles to a successful virtual school experience now in the 21st century?


STEM education is increasing in popularity--more schools are incorporating STEM into their curriculum and making it a key part of what they teach. STEM can help students learn to think logically, improve math test scores, and give students career training. But STEM education can also help bring an end to poverty.


What if we treated school buses as an informal first period? What if our students' school days started the minute they stepped on their bus and took a seat? For some students, that equates to over an hour more each day of learning and productivity.


Technology addiction is an emerging problem that we don't know much about yet. But every day, more kids are getting hooked on technology. While there are many benefits to technology--it can be used for educational purposes and can teach new skills--there are also drawbacks, especially when kids overuse technology.


There's no doubt that edtech is changing the future of education. But how will technology change the way we assess student learning? As the world of edtech continues to grow, you can expect to see big changes in the future of assessments.


Is your school ready for the future of education? Keep reading to find out!


The innovative nation's PlayMaker program is inspiring preschoolers to explore technology-enabled toys.


The opinions expressed in Education Futures: Emerging Trends in K-12 are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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