Articles: Technology

Authors Michael Horn and Heather Staker say culture is crucial to innovation in schools.
Tim Goral
A new book offers tips on unlocking potential while mitigating risk
When it comes to instruction, new learning standards like the Common Core and technology will get the most attention in 2015. (Click to enlarge chart)
Jessica Terrell
A 24/7 learning model—that’s personalized and partly controlled by students—will become more entrenched
Common Core supporter Sonja Santelises, a vice president at the Education Trust, says political uncertainty over the standards could destabilize classrooms.
Deborah Yaffe
New standards, which shall not be named, will pose technological problems but raise student learning
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Lauren Williams
DA presents its annual Readers’ Choice Top 100 Products

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