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The future of education post-COVID may be less about a return to physical classrooms and more about instructing students in the ways they learn best.
Project Tomorrow’s CEO notes the ‘poptential’ of clips that are relevant to young generations.
Districts risk losing students to homeschooling and private schools if they cannot offer families a flexible blend of in-person and virtual instruction post-COVID, a new study finds.
Fifty-five technology directors detail how their districts engaged students and families online.
Superintendent Brad Tuttle and his lineup of standout educators at Jersey CUSD 100 have students on paths to success in Southern Illinois.
A first-person perspective on using OER to empower teachers and improve districts with openly licensed educational materials.
1-to-1 programs are more effective when students are allowed to bring devices home so they “are really fluid between school and home,” ed-tech expert says.
The era of COVID has elevated video games to the top of the list of modern teaching tools
Georgia superintendent pleads with parents: "How we control the spread INSIDE the district, depends on how well parents, students, and community members control the spread OUTSIDE the district."
Hopes for a return to normal in-person instruction are being dashed throughout the south as the delta variant forces dozens of districts to shift back online or close altogether.
In Oklahoma City Schools, COVID cases exploded after just three days of school. Elsewhere, teachers faced a high-stakes vaccine mandate and schools shut down.
Education needs an update, and this is our opportunity to evolve. Virtual education is the future, and it’s time to start investing in it.