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The gap between districts that appear to be well prepared to put digital instruction and assessment in place and those that aren't is significant.
Teachers are eager for new tools to help students develop into better writers, but critics question the ability of the software to critique writing.
Assistive technologies for students with autism have progressed with the help of iPads, tablets, and apps that assess learning, social skills, and communication, according to experts.
The growing use of computer-based assessments is opening the door for all students to tap into accommodations once reserved primarily for students with disabilities.
Online assessments—for high-stakes tests and classroom exams—are the undeniable wave of the future and a key tool for customizing instruction, experts say.
Summit High School in Oregon is experimenting with a mix of new technologies to build teacher-student feedback loops that help personalize instruction.
The initiative is billed as an effort to level the playing field for disadvantaged young people by providing an array of free, high-quality resources.
Teachers in Indiana may be a step ahead of the state's policymakers in implementing sweeping academic standards.
From governance to the common core, hot-button education issues have fueled fierce debate among education leaders and lawmakers.
The College Board seeks to more closely connect its exam to work students do in rigorous high school courses. The plans also offer strong common-core echoes.
A bill to put the brakes on the creation of virtual charter schools in Maine was approved by the Senate on Thursday and quickly vetoed by Gov. Paul LePage.