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February 21, 2012
By Daniel Lips
Approximately 59,000 American Indian students live in Arizona --approximately 5 percent of total student enrollment.
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August 8, 2013
By Alan Caruba (1938-2015)
In the early 1960s I started my professional life as a very young reporter for a weekly newspaper. In a few months the editor left for a job with a daily and I became the editor. It was the kind of on-the-job learning curve that was not uncommon.
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August 22, 2012
By Mary Tillotson
A company has created a digital tutor incorporating what Michael Horn calls the “holy grail” of education technology: the ability to tailor itself to individual students as they use it.
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Education
September 21, 2010
By Rick Docksai
Building on increasing interest in Web-based learning around the nation, former governors Jeb Bush (R-FL) and Bob Wise (D-W.VA) have formed an organization devoted to encouraging school districts to let more children use online education options.
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May 15, 2014
By Alex Monahan
Moving Toward the Future of Education: Blended Learning Blended learning curriculum programs have been rapidly growing across the country as digital education technologies continue to develop and progress.
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December 10, 2014
By Ashley Bateman
Global demand for online learning is growing. In 2000, 45,000 K-12 students reportedly took online courses. Less than a decade later, the number had grown to more than three million.
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Education
March 5, 2013
By Jim Lakely
Comcast has instituted a program, now in its second year, called Internet Essentials. Its purpose is to give low-income families — those eligible for school lunch programs — affordable access to broadband technology in the home.
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May 14, 2014
By Rebecca Schieber
Blended learning initiatives are becoming increasingly common in K–12 schools. These programs combine in-person “bricks-and-mortar” education with supervised and individualized online learning.
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August 25, 2012
By Mary Tillotson
A newly developed digital tutor incorporates what education expert Michael Horn calls the “holy grail” of education technology: the ability to tailor itself to individual students as they use it.
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February 29, 2012
By John Stephenson
Recently, there has been much bandwidth consumed discussing the “New Digital Divide” and what to do about it.
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