Report examines how technology can optimize the flow of investment capital to drive innovation in public education.
Book chapter proposes that “digital education needs excellent teachers and that a first-rate teaching profession needs digital education.”
Blog post argues that digital tools should be used both to make teaching more manageable for the average teacher, and to give massively more students access to excellent teachers.
Paper defines six models of blended learning, and discusses both the technology and policies needed to realize its promise.
Report explores ways we could redesign teachers’ roles and use technology to give millions more students access to the best teachers.
Paper outlines different models for how districts and states could use virtual schools to meet the choice provisions of NCLB.
Report describes how federal and state special education guidelines must be adapted for educating students with disabilities in virtual charter schools.