T.H.E. Journal Insider
Critical Insights for K-12 Education Technology Pros


  • iSchool a Good Example of Innovative Use of Technology

    The current issue of T.H.E. Journal includes a photo feature on iSchool in New York City. The public high school, housed in the top two floors of a building constructed as a factory in the late 19th century, has been transformed into a 21st century model of learning. Administrators there worked within the building's century-old limitations to develop a scalable model that rethinks what a high school should look like in this century.

  • 2012 Charp Award Nominations Are Now Open

    Nominations are now being accepted for the 2012 Sylvia Charp Award, given jointly each year by T.H.E. Journal and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), to recognize the outstanding districtwide use of innovative technology in K-12 education.



  • Thinking Inside the Box

    Discover how New York City's iSchool transformed a 19th century space into a true 21st century learning environment


Behavior Programs

  • Tech Gets Tough on Bullies

    With efforts to control and eliminate bullying in schools becoming a more pressing issue, technology can help administrators and teachers who already have a lengthy academic to-do list.


Professional Resources

  • One study shows: Elementary Students Learn Mandarin, Spanish Faster w/Software
    Sponsored by: Rosetta Stone
    Even though many foreign language programs in elementary schools use traditional teacher-led curricula, educators are increasingly interested in using educational technology to enhance students' foreign language learning. But is there scientific research to back up the claims of effectiveness? There is now.