A student’s opportunity to learn too often depends on where he or she goes to school. This one-page statement clarifies the importance of providing public schools with access to all of the academic content necessary to meet each student’s needs, interests, and abilities.
- July 2014Read More
- June 2014Read More
By Julia Freeland and Alex Hernandez
with contributions from Aylon Samouha
Technology is increasingly integral to school systems; but do we know what schools want out of software? This white paper summarizes how 30 small- to medium-sized school systems are currently using education technology and what advancements they hope to see in the market moving forward.
- May 2014
Blending toward competency
Early patterns of blended learning and competency-based education in New HampshireRead More
By Julia Freeland
Based on a small, early-stage sampling of schools in New Hampshire, this white paper describes how blended-learning models that tend to be disruptive relative to the traditional classroom appear especially well suited to support competency-based education at scale.
- May 2014Read More
By Julia Freeland
New Hampshire has been a trailblazer among states in catalyzing competency-based education at the high school level. This case study looks at how 13 schools in New Hampshire are undergoing the transition to competency-based education.
- November 2013Read More
Edited by Anthony G. Picciano, Charles D. Dziuban, and Charles R. Graham
With contributing authors Heather Staker and Michael B. Horn
This volume provides readers with the most current, in-depth collection of research perspectives on blended learning, addressing institutional issues, design and adoption issues, and learning issues, as well as an informed meditation on future trends and research in the field.
- October 2013Read More
By Katherine Mackey
This case study looks at the impact of EdTech Leaders Online’s training and support in West Virginia’s implementation of the e-Learning for Educators program, a federally-funded, five-year initiative to establish statewide online professional development programs.
- September 2013Read More
Edited by Frederick M. Hess and Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj
With contributing authors Michael B. Horn and Meg Evans
In this volume, a team of national experts addresses the major elements necessary for school system redesign, describing in detail the steps needed at the community, school, district, and state level.