Classroom Technology Test Scores Raise Questions About Colo. Virtual Schools
An independent analysis of previously unreleased online school data reveals key new findings and an achievement gap that alarmed education officials.
Law & Courts Fla. E-Learning Mandate Puts Financial Strain on Districts
The new law requires incoming freshman, beginning this school year, to take at least one course online prior to graduation.
IT Infrastructure 'Second Life' Struggles to Catch On With Educators
The amount of training required to become proficient with "Second Life" has discouraged many educators from using it for professional development.
Classroom Technology Summer Educators 'Mix Up' Learning with Technology
Summer programs are harnessing technology to try to improve students' academic proficiency.
Curriculum Digitized Historical Documents Give Students Direct Access to the Past
Students can now review thousands of perspectives from key historical figures faster and more easily than ever before.