Online learning holds great potential to transform rural education by ensuring that every student has access to great instruction.
With recent English Language Learning enhancements, efficacy studies of writing feedback systems like Criterion, PEG, and WriteToLearn will be valuable to the sector.
In partnership with The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, we are conducting an analysis of promising new tools and instructional strategies supporting English language learners and teachers.
'Intelligence Unleashed: An Argument for AI in Education' is a new report from Pearson and the UCL Knowledge Lab, University College London.
We don't know what learning will look like in 2035 but we can predict a wider variety of approaches and options.
A progress report on three states you might consider unlikely policy innovators when it comes to competency-based education: Idaho, Georgia and Ohio.
It is challenging and controversial to convert an entire school system to a personalized and competency-based approach but you don't have to do it all at once. These dozen entry points provide places to start with limited investment and risk. With a few working examples in place, it creates local reference points and field trip opportunities.
Houston is rapidly becoming a great global city. Houston schools are a big part of the success story. So when next month when Superintendent Terry Grier steps down, he should deserve a lot of credit for his contribution to Space City.
The story of Arturo Garcia and Laura Flores from Cigarroa High School in San Antonio who when seeking better literacy results turned to Literacy Design Collaborative, an open library of literacy lessons. Little did they know, this decision was one that would change the trajectory of their school.
There's no doubt that we have more devices in schools these days, but the bad news is there are often many different types, on different operating systems, with no real "plan" on how to effectively use them in classrooms. In this post, Scott Ellis of The Learning Accelerator shares five observations about the journey of innovation and what EdLeaders can do when they discover an EdTech mess.