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Among the most visible recent entrants to the marketplace is this university's Rossier School of Education, which since 2009 has seen more than 3,600 prospective teachers enroll.
This private institution in New York City is beginning a study to examine how to translate the supervised fieldwork component of its math leadership program into an online setting.
Teach-Now dispenses with traditional unit-based courses. Instead, candidates complete eight units ranging from assessment to student learning in a digital era.
Virtual programs are perhaps the fastest-growing sector of teacher preparation. Brick-and-mortar institutions, such as the University of Southern California, are increasingly getting into the action, as well as startups.
With a state-run school district, an influx of charters, and a new Innovation Zone, Memphis is looking for a total transformation of its school system.
R&D is needed if new standards are going to improve learning, say educators and researchers, but making that happen could be a tricky business.
Issue is billed as critical to help the United States compete in a global economy, and to better prepare today's young people for jobs after graduation.
Administrators of San Francisco's city-run prekindergarten program that that say it is making a difference for children in the areas of social skills, numeracy, and literacy.
New research examines common themes in what schools, teachers, and parents do to help 4th graders succeed academically in mathematics, reading, and science.
Telecommunications providers resist calls by education organizations to make public the prices they charge districts for technology services under the federal E-rate program.
Though it's shunned Race to the Top and common core, Texas has joined the federal waiver pack, getting flexibility under the No Child Left Behind Act.
Under new federal guidance, charter schools that are new or growing rapidly won't have to take a disproportionate hit from cuts in Title I funds.
A $41 million settlement being paid to educators in the country's largest school district could have big implications for districts struggling to provide adequate technology.
Adult education offers K-12 schools lessons on flexible scheduling and personalized learning, Josh Middleton writes.