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May 31, 2016
By Kenneth Artz
Each year the United States spends about $7 billion on textbooks, but many students are still using books that are seven to 10 years out of date, according to the Federal Communications Commission.
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InfoTech & Telecom
December 1, 2010
By Jeb Bush, Bob Wise
This 2010 report from the Foundation for Excellence in Education has become a central guidebook for policymakers seeking to establish smart digital learning policies.
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Education
December 1, 2010
By Foundation For Exellence In Education
On December 1, 2010, Jeb Bush and Bob Wise unveiled the 10 Elements of High Quality Digital Learning - the roadmap for local, state and federal officials to integrate digital learning into education.
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Education
September 23, 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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April 11, 2012
By Joy Pullmann
Harnessing modern technology to tailor education personally and make it efficient is new and greatly unsettled territory. States, schools, entrepreneurs, and families are testing variations on many programs to see what works for them.
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Education
July 18, 2011
By Frederick M. Hess
Digital learning “unbundles” education so it can be customized for individual students, writes Frederick Hess for a Thomas B. Fordham Institute working paper.
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Education
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April 14, 2011
By Bruno Behrend
Government budget shortfalls and the proven success of digital learning are causing many states and school districts to consider using new technology to make K-12 education more efficient.
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Education
August 1, 2011
By Ben DeGrow
Online education providers are embracing Utah’s cutting-edge digital learning law, but they’re struggling for guidance as high school students enrolled in brick-and-mortar schools sign up for virtual courses this fall.Gov.
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December 1, 2011
By Paul Hill
The policy area most in need of reform if digital learning is to succeed is funding, writes Paul Hill for the Fordham Institute. “Our system doesn’t fund schools, and certainly doesn’t fund students,” he says.
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Education
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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Education
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