Technology Counts is Education Week's annual report on educational technology.
Schools are learning hard lessons about the difficulties of putting in place 1-to-1 computing programs and digital curricula initiatives meant to encourage innovation and fuel academic growth.
Why Ed Tech Is Not Transforming How Teachers Teach
A mountain of evidence indicates that educators have been painfully slow to use technology to change and improve the ways they teach.
Districts Put Open Educational Resources to Work
A pair of K-12 systems in Washington state have devoted a lot of time and money to adopting open educational resources, efforts they believe will pay off.
Student Tech Use at Home Is Tricky Balancing Act
Social and educational priorities are oftentimes at odds when students use digital tools outside of school, prompting many parents to keep a closer eye on such use.
Prior Years2014: Digital Advances Reshaping K-12 Testing (March 2014)
2013: 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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- Dwight-Englewood School, Englewood, NJ
- School Educational Psychologist
- St Joseph's Instutition International, Singapore, Si, Singapore
- FLORIDA - Catholic High School
- Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School, Sarasota, FL
- Lecturer - Educational Leadership Services
- Old Dominion University, VA
- Middle School Teachers - Math, Social Studies, ELA (SY16-17)
- Two Rivers Public Charter School, Washington, DC