Technology has improved teaching in a lot of ways—but brings with it some obstacles. How do you avoid the pitfalls of technology and deliver high-quality instruction using it?
What should the role of credit recovery be when it comes to getting more students to that graduation milestone?
Is putting the cost of free college on the states really a plan that can be carried out, as Bernie Sanders is suggesting? Will HBCUs suffer as a result?
A student in need of credit recovery is often faces defending himself, not only against a limited education system, but also the backlash from his peers who may naively see "credit recovery" as a negative thing.
The ed tech offerings and apps that parents use at home are starting to crack the classroom market, much to the benefit of early education teachers and students.
Should schools even care about gamifying their classrooms, though? I think that they should.
Ted Levine offers best practices and sample activities that will help teachers give their students the right guidance on research projects.
With schools facing increasing pressure to have their rd graders read at grade level, technology can be a huge help.
When Megan Harney had specific educational software needs, she learned to code and built it herself. She wants others to learn to do the same.
Why ESSA's biggest impact will be felt outside the classroom A guest post by Dr. Stephan Knobloch As an educator who specializes in research, I often counsel school administrators and teachers who are frustrated by what they see as complex and confusing federal and state policy requirements affecting their students. As the nation's schools open their doors on 2016, I wonder how many school leaders share a similar sentiment when trying to wrap their post-holiday brains around the vast and uncertain implications of the recently passed Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The bipartisan passage of ESSA introduced a handful of ...