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The Redesigned SAT

Using a MOOC model to advance equity of access. GUEST COLUMN | by Emily Kissane The College Board’s announcement of a significant redesign of the SAT garnered wide attention from prospective college students, educators, policymakers, and the press.  From vocabulary … Continue reading

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A Digital Diet

A teacher’s perspective on how edtech is leading to more effective instruction time. GUEST COLUMN | by Steve Beard Incorporating digital resources and various forms of edtech into classrooms is expanding education and inspiring minds. In my own experience, edtech has … Continue reading

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The Mathematics of Effectiveness

An edtech CEO shares his perspective on all the big data buzz.     GUEST COLUMN | by Jose Ferreira I was on a panel at SXSWedu this year. At the beginning, our moderator, Dr. Rod Berger, invited the audience … Continue reading

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A Critical Facet

E-rate funding for web hosting connects parents to district and student success. GUEST COLUMN | by Edward S. Marflak  The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is currently working to develop new regulations to modernize the E-rate funding program for K-12 districts. One of … Continue reading

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The Social Challenge

Groundbreaking technology that could have significant implications in autism therapy. GUEST COLUMN | by Richard Margolin The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) just announced a study stating 1 in 68 children have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) – … Continue reading

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