Monthly Archives: July 2011

Interview | Cathy Cruzan Provides Funds For Learning

The bottom line when it comes to adding to or improving existing technology in a cash-strapped school district (most every district these days) can often hinge upon whether or not E-rate funding comes through. Funds for Learning was founded in 1997 … Continue reading

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Leave Me Alone—I’m On Vacation

CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis Okay! So, it is officially summer vacation and I am off from teaching for two months. As I sit at home reflecting on one year of teaching, 13 years as a technology facilitator and … Continue reading

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Twittered Up Re: Education

Congrats to all those folks on this list who care enough to tweet the very best! Twitter isn’t everything—or is it? It’s definitely one way to get the word out, and this list from Michael Petrilli of EducationNext is very … Continue reading

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Interview | Gunnar Hellekson: Fear and Technology in K-12

As the Chief Technology Strategist for Red Hat’s US Public Sector group, Gunnar Hellekson works with systems integrators and government agencies to encourage the use of open source software in government. He is the co-chair of Open Source for America and one … Continue reading

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Trends | Learning in the 21st Century, 2011 Trends Update

If there’s any report you should read discussing what’s happening in K-12 with technology, and if you have anything to do with education and online learning, this is the one report you don’t want to miss. Data collected from 379,285 … Continue reading

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