Successfully adopting tablets in one small suburban district.
- The teens hacking away at NYU’s CSAW competition are quite possibly our next line of cyber defense.
- Reformers, teachers unions, conservatives, or none of the above?
- Technology comes second. First, build support by selling your vision to staff and community.
- From identifying a problem to building a team, Heather Staker's new book offers a complete guide to implementing a blended initiative.
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TOP 5 NEWS STORIES
- District to spend $22 million on "testing iPads." KPCC-FM
- Continues to support the Core; calls for limited government. HuffPo
- Deportation reprieves for parents of citizens, legal residents of at least five yrs. EdWeek
- This year's coding course to feature characters from blockbuster film. WaPo
- How you set up classrooms can enhance the way students learn. HechReport
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