March 2017 Archives

In this piece, we discuss why it is so difficult for some edtech startups to sell to schools, and offer possible solutions.


By adopting a single platform that serves as a virtual staging area for all project-based learning, Columbus Signature Academy's New Tech High School helps connect students to real-world learning while prepping them for success in college and the workforce.


By: Amy Michalowski, Dean at The Virtual School Online and digital learning have become such an integral part of the modern educational landscape that, according to the 2015 edition of the Keeping Pace with K-12 Digital Learning report, nearly all public school districts use some form of online learning. One of the appeals of online learning lies in the fact that a single online instructor can teach a class that spans different schools, states, and even countries. Since schools nationwide have faced deep cuts in funding, this approach allows schools to offer an enriched curriculum through shared resources. That, in ...


In this blog, I discuss some tips for starting a new edtech business.


To meet the reporting requirements of the Every Students Succeeds Act, many districts need to change the ways they track and report financial data. Here's what they need to know now.


In this article, I discuss how screens can turn kids into digital addicts.


Professional learning communities are popular for good reason, but they don't all help teachers get better. A new model promises to change that.


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