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The room is filled with chatter in Arabic, French, and Ukrainian as my class of 9th, 10th and 11th grade emergent bilingual students file into third period, grabbing their iPads off the cart before they settle into reading. Title III federal grant funds from the previous year made it possible for me to create a 1:1 classroom for students enrolled in ESL at Seaholm and Groves High Schools in Birmingham,
As classrooms go digital, OERs are gaining popularity — but discerning quality can take some additional research.
Experts recommend redirecting textbook savings into teacher training.
North Lakeland School District Superintendent Brent Jelinski details the progress he's seen with digital course materials in his district's schools.
The influx of devices guarantees digital materials are here to stay — and there's more to them than you might expect
Tue, 09/26/2017Top NewsThe Trump administration on Friday withdrew Obama-era guidance on how colleges and universities should respond to sexual violence, giving schools flexibility to use a higher standard of evidence in judging cases and formally shifting the federal stance on what has become an explosive campus issue. The action crystallized a pledge Education Secretary Betsy DeVos made on Sept. 7 to replace what she called a “failed system” of civil
Tue, 09/26/2017Industry NewsCollege completion data released today by the University Innovation Alliance (UIA) shows that the number of low-income graduates has increased by 24.7 percent among participating universities over the past three years, marking significant progress toward the Alliance's goal of graduating an additional 68,000 undergraduates by 2025. Since launching the UIA in 2014, the group has also increased the total number of undergraduate degrees by 9.2 percent (from 79,170
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