21st-century learning

For the Love of Learning

Passing the test and getting kids into college are not enough.

No More One-Size-Fits-All Learning

The federal government finally gets 21st-century learning right.

Study Finds K12 Educators Unprepared to Teach Personal Finance

A new report finds that although a majority of K12 educators believe that financial literacy is an important content area, only a small minority feel qualified to teach it.

San Diego Pilot: Latest Test of Augmented Reality

An experimental initiative that tests the potential of augmented reality for K12 education has begun in the San Diego Museum of Art.

MOBILE LEARNING PIONEERS SPECIAL SECTION

Innovative Leaders Take the Phone and Run: Profiles of four trailblazing programs.

Career-Oriented Curriculum Delivers Critical Skills

An increasing number of students are finding themselves mingling among professionals with internships in local businesses—the culmination of a work-based learning curriculum.

Blending Character Education with Curriculum

Students' performance is enhanced when setting personal goals is integrated into a seventh-grade mathematics curriculum.

SPECIAL REPORT: States of Debate: Lone Star

In education, Texas has been a source of both controversy and innovation. The First of a Three State Series.

FLAP Grant Provides Critical Language Support Programs

$12.4 million in grant money was given to public primary and secondary schools to support "critical foreign languages" such as Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Russian, to help students compete in a global marketplace.

New Books

Recommended reading for district leaders.

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