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August 2012 Archives
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States are preparing for January 2014, when computers will become the only way to take the exam.
Competency Works and iNACOL explore how to design quality competency measures that would ideally replace seat-time requirements.
Beloit College released its annual Mindset List, a nonscientific compilation of 75 generational characteristics of this school year's class of college freshmen.
Nearly 3 in 4 respondents were against an outright ban on cellphones in schools, and most preferred allowing students to use laptops and tablets in schools by the time they reach high school.
Adam Frankel hopes The League of Innovative Schools will lead the way in helping schools make the switch to common standards.
The new site aims to rival Khan Academy by pulling thousands of tutoring videos from the Internet based on individual students' preferences.
Computer scientists at the University of Wisconsin say their program can automatically spot 15,000 tweets a day that show signs of bullying.
A New Jersey survey indicates technology companies in that state are hesitant to hire recent college graduates because of concerns about how much it will cost to train them.
Palm Beach County is thinking about using the technology to track bus riders, process lunch purchases, and for other uses.