Technology Counts is Education Week's annual report on educational technology.
Technology Counts 2014—the 17th edition of Education Week’s annual report on educational technology—examines technology developments that have prompted a rethinking of assessment.
Online assessments—for high-stakes tests and classroom exams—are the undeniable wave of the future and a key tool for customizing instruction, experts say.
Testing Digital Tools to Improve Formative Assessments
Summit High School in Oregon is experimenting with a mix of new technologies to build teacher-student feedback loops that help personalize instruction.
Prior Years2013: Building the Digital District (March 2013)
2012: Virtual Shift (March 2012)
2011: K-12 Seeks Custom Fit (March 2011)
2010: Powering Up (March 2010)
2009: Breaking Away From Tradition (March 2009)
2007: A Digital Decade (March 2007)
2004: Global Links: Lessons From the World (May 2004) (PDF: 4.6MB)
2003: Pencils Down: Technology's Answer to Testing (May 2003) (PDF: 3.8MB)
2002: E-Defining Education (May 2002) (PDF: 2.1MB)
1997: Schools and Reform In the Information Age (October 1997) (PDF: 3.1MB)
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