This month's innovator, Lisa Manross, discusses the value of blended and flipped learning in the context of Common Core.
The Tennessee STEM Innovation Network, a public-private partnership between the Tennessee Department of Education and Battelle Education, has secured legislative support to make a supplemental science, technology, engineering and math career awareness curriculum available to all middle schools in the state at no cost.
The International Association for K-12 Online Learning is offering a free webinar about implementing blended learning.
Fremont Public Schools in Michigan is expanding its implementation of a computer-based reading program after seeing positive results in its middle school.
The La Moille Community Unit School District has implemented a new elementary online math curriculum in an effort to help develop critical thinking skills.
Google soon will be rolling out a new service, called Expeditions, that could take virtual field trips to a whole new level — and the company is accepting requests from educators to pilot the technology in their classrooms this year.
Ed tech company Versal has added mobile functionality to its online course authoring tool, allowing users of Android and iOS devices to access courses and via a new mobile player.
The University of Phoenix will now offer a special doctorate in education specifically for teachers in Ohio.
Each of the standards-aligned courses for grades 3 through 5 is designed by educators and includes songs, video and games.
More than 75 percent of school districts are using blended and online learning for credit recovery and to expand course offerings, according to a new report from the International Association for K-12 Online Learning, but the type of program and method of implementation has an effect on its success.
With the unprecedented declines in academic achievement, many educators, along with parents, community groups,
and school partners have aggressively pursued equity and improved outcomes through high-impact tutoring.