Texas Begins Move to Online Testing Next spring, school districts across Texas will have the option of administering the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills test online for students in grade 7 and higher.
Teachers Adapt to Combat Online Plagiarism The ease of cutting and pasting combined with greatly increased access to the Internet and its riches have contributed to a significant increase in student plagiarism.
Utah Leads Nation in Virtual School Enrollments With more than 50,000 students enrolled, the Utah Electronic High School operates the nationâ€™s largest online learning program.
Arkansas Plans Online Professional Development Starting this fall, Arkansas IDEAS (Internet-Delivered Education for Arkansas Schools) will offer online professional development opportunities to Arkansas teachers.
A Man with a Mission Ten years ago, Brewster Kahle founded the Internet Archive, with the original mission of archiving the Internet.