In August of 2012, we embarked on a journey with John Bailey and Digital Learning Now! (DLN) to chart a course for leaders who were exploring new digital learning territory. Over the last year we brought 11 contributing authors on board. These thought leaders in online and blended learning--representing organizations like iNACOL, CompetencyWorks, The Learning Accelerator and Public Impact--expanded the expertise and experience of our crew.
All Blog Posts With Digital Learning Now Tag or Category
October 10, 2013
September 21, 2013
The Federal Communications Commission's proposal to make major changes to the E-rate has drawn comments from dozens of school technology organizations.
July 11, 2013
For the last year, we've been working with Digital Learning Now! (DLN), a national campaign supported by ExcelinEd, to tackle eight big topics at the intersection of digital learning and the Common Core. Today we released the eighth paper in the DLN Smart Series -- "Online Learning: Myths, Reality & Promise."
March 21, 2013
While only six states earned an A or B on the ed-tech advocacy group's report card, 152 laws were passed in 2012 to support digital learning.
November 15, 2012
Digital tools can help tackle achievement challenges, financial constraints, the changing demographics of the teaching force, and the demand to keep up with technology, concludes a report from the Alliance for Excellent Education.
October 16, 2012
The construction of SETDA's State Education Policy Center may signal a new focus for the organization.
October 09, 2012
A new report suggests schools create data backpacks and learner profiles—sets of digital information that will follow students from year to year to better inform teachers of their learning needs.
May 18, 2012
But is the mention of digital education reforms alongside school choice measures a bad thing for the image of Digital Learning Now?
January 30, 2012
Check out a state-by-state directory of events or tune into a webcast of a national town hall meeting.
December 13, 2011
The first day of its kind will be observed on Feb. 1, 2012, but will it be productive