Maybe today’s technology can finally make a progressive teaching approach more doable for teachers and students in more classrooms.
Rather than seeing technology as either a threat to or poor substitute for teachers, we need to determine how best to use technology to enhance teachers’ capabilities.
Online learning allows educators to reach students from anywhere in the country and experts to supplement traditional teaching,
Breakthrough innovations come from finding ways to use new technologies to rethink old processes.
A forum by Tom Vander Ark and Greg Richmond
Cutting-edge model capitalizes on blended learning to take personalization further
An interview with Megan Toyama, a blended-learning teacher of AP US history and 10th-grade modern world history at Summit Tahoma
An excerpt from “Blended” by Michael B. Horn and Heather Staker
Most families have not embraced full-time online virtual learning as an answer to their particular circumstances or values.
Our Blended Learning Universe school directory features more than 300 profiles of schools. We’re hoping that the directory can offer guidance to states and districts by illustrating what is happening on the ground inside actual schools.
This week, President Obama announced that he would call for a $4 billion dollar commitment in his 2017 budget to bring computer science education to K-12 schools nationwide.
In both the movie and the school reform world, advocates of modernity can be snootily proud of their creations and dismissive of the tools of older generations.
An increasing number of regions are trying to create concentrated groups of blended-learning schools alongside education technology companies
The full-time virtual charter schools that care about quality need to band together and create a membership organization and take responsibility for their industry’s results.
A trio of new studies show that most online charter schools don’t work in their current context, but they don’t show that they can’t work.
Jason Tanz takes a close look at the Khan Lab School in Mountain View, California for Wired magazine.
Is one-third computer time about right?
Micro-schools have the potential to transform the independent schooling landscape—and threaten existing independent schools in the process
What should we take away from News Corp.’s recent announcement that it is writing off losses stemming from its digital education wing Amplify?
Julie Young’s new venture offers international students the opportunity to earn a dual diploma from their native country and from a U.S. accredited high school through virtual learning.
Centralized enrollment matches students and schools of choice
The fierce debate over the privacy of student data often risks preventing students from benefiting from the enormous breakthroughs that technology makes possible in 21st century schools.
As technology transforms society in the years ahead, it’s critical that our education system keeps pace.
Is it possible to integrate human-graded assessments into online learning software?