Frederick M. Hess argues that the ability to measure virtual learning, and convince parents and educators that it's in their best interest, will determine its future impact.
July 2011 Archives
Lower cost, child-friendly nature and a strong offering of educational apps are all positive sales factors.
Education leader Tom Vander Ark has abandoned his plan to open a network of four blended learning charter schools.
A newspaper report suggests Wireless Generation could be adversely affected by a scandal at fellow News Corp. company News of the World.
The state has seen small public school districts contribute money toward an ad campaign to keep students from enrolling in cyber charter schools.
On the heels of the passage of Florida's Digital Learning Now Act, the 97,000-student Florida Virtual School will no longer require its full-time program students to reside in approved districts.
SETDA has launched a new website and released a whitepaper to help states transition to online assessments in 2014-15.
News Corp. will call on Klein's leadership and legal expertise as it navigates a scandal involving its News of the World tabloid.
In just over a year, the San Francisco non-profit has broadened its curriculum to reach K-12 students at all grade levels.
The lasting message from this year's conference may be that technology must be used to advocate for the sake of students.
The company, a major ed-tech player in K-12 and higher education, has been sold to Providence Equity Partners.