I have identified a few podcasts worth considering.
Mental health and other wraparound services may not seem that related to educational technology, but they are related.
Earlier this week, President Obama announced that the US High School graduation rate has reached anew record high at 83%.
There is a large amount of research that suggests waiting until kindergarten for children to begin formal learning isn’t early enough.
As we transition toESSAfromNCLBunder the umbrella of theESEA, it is important to remember to explain ourselves to those not used to educational jargon.
The removal of the need for teacher evaluations to be tied to student performance may be one of the most important changes in the law.
Personalized learning is one of the buzzwords commonly heard thrown about in educational circles today.
With so many students excited about football on the weekends, it seems logical to try to utilize football to engage students during the week.
Politico is already stating the newly introduced bill will do little to prevent data mining of kids' data.
From a high of 24 states plus DC, only 12 states and the nation’s capital are still part of the PARCC Consortium and some of those may not fully test this spring.
President Obama brought up several education-related items in last night’s State of the Union Address worth looking into further.
It will continue to be important for IT leaders in schools to be familiar with these concerns and be able to speak directly to both the positive and negative aspects of the CCSS.