Today's Newsletter: Ed Tech News Roundup

6/18/2013 12:00:00 AM
Some good weekend reading from the newsfeed you should find interesting: Geeksite Gigaom does a good job summarizing a rather depressing report from the nonprofit think tank Center for American Progress (CAP), which details the failure of U.S. school to use tech to its full potential. Politico.com reports on Obama Administration efforts to push STEM issues in school and the obstacles involved. Edweek provides some details on the huge 1:1 deal between L.A. Unified school district and Apple, which could potentially be a $500 million project to give devices to more than 660,000 students! Finally, KQED  gets big picture with the recent NMC Horizon report.
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