Making the Digital Leap, Safely

Successfully adopting tablets in one small suburban district.

TOP 5 NEWS STORIES

  1. LAUSD Back on iPad Bandwagon

    District to spend $22 million on "testing iPads." KPCC-FM
  2. Bush Courts Common Core Critics

    Continues to support the Core; calls for limited government. HuffPo
  3. How Will Obama's Immigration Plan Impact Your Students?

    Deportation reprieves for parents of citizens, legal residents of at least five yrs. EdWeek
  4. 'Frozen' in an Hour of Code

    This year's coding course to feature characters from blockbuster film. WaPo
  5. Your Classroom Design May Alter Learning

    How you set up classrooms can enhance the way students learn. HechReport

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