Common Core Testing Online Without Constant Connectivity?

A new survey of Louisiana schools reveals a critical issue facing most states nationwide: schools are lacking the technology needed to conduct online testing required by the Common Core State Standards.

Report: Major Challenges in Future Online Assessments

A new survey reports most states anticipate major challenges in implementing the online assessments.

Equipping Teachers to Infuse Technology

A PD expert offers options to meet the needs of your district.

Lifelong UNlearning

As the Web continues to challenge traditional education models, educators have a lot to relearn.

Solving Real Problems

It's time to solve problems in the real world, not just at the end of the chapter.

Social Networking as a Tool for Student and Teacher Learning

Online social networking includes much more than Facebook and Twitter. It is any online use of technology to connect people, enable them to collaborate with each other, and form virtual communities.

To Download or Not to Download? A New Video Explores Copyright Laws

The Software and Information Industry Association has released Don't Copy That 2, which includes a rap video and classroom resources to discuss online copyright infringement, piracy and how to become a responsible digital citizen.

Professional Development in an Era of Budget Cuts

We asked our advisory panel of administrators what their districts are doing for professional development as they face tighter budgets.

Educating Digital Natives

A new book by John Palfrey, a Harvard law professor, examines digital natives.

Notification Systems

Here are the fully posted online services designed specifically for K-12 education.