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Forecast the future of assessment

Advancements in online learning give educators up-to-the-minute data on students’ performance. Does this mean an end to high-stakes summative assessments like chapter tests, midterms and finals? Please tell us how technology is changing your methods for measuring students' knowledge. Follow the link to connect with us.

Schools of TechXcellence special report

DA’s exciting K12 education recognition program honors schools that creatively use technology in the classroom to contribute meaningfully to student success in Math and Makerspaces. Read the report here

DA Schools of TechXcellence Math and Makerspace honorees announced

These schools demonstrate creativity and vision in using technology to support excellence in education. Read their stories here.

What is state-of-the-art education technology for today’s students?

DA Schools of TechXcellence honorees demonstrate the impact of innovative technology in the classroom. Read how our Math and Makerspace honorees use technology to improve student outcomes.

Schools of TechXcellence special report

DA’s exciting K12 education recognition program honors schools that creatively use technology in the classroom to contribute meaningfully to student success in Math and Makerspaces. Read the report here.

DA Schools of TechXcellence Math and Makerspace honorees announced

These schools demonstrate creativity and vision in using technology to support excellence in education. Read their stories here.

What is state-of-the-art education technology for today’s students?

DA Schools of TechXcellence honorees demonstrate the impact of innovative technology in the classroom. Read how our Math and Makerspace honorees use technology to improve student outcomes.

Districts urged not to release records on student discipline to colleges

Syracuse City Schools in New York took a stand in 2015 to protect students from what leaders saw as a prejudice in the college application process.

Global recruitment in education

Districts faced with hard-to-fill vacancies—in math, science and bilingual education, among other subjects—look for candidates abroad, often with help from recruiting agencies.

K12 embraces video games

In a soon-to-be-released study of eighth-graders in seven states, results reveal that game-based learning can not only engage students, leading them to perform better on assessments, but it can be easily incorporated into lessons.

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