CA Schools Suffer from Limited Technology Funding Technology integration in California schools has been hindered by inconsistent funding that has hampered educators ability to use technology to prepare students for college and 21st Century jobs
Life Planning Goes Online in Kentucky Kentucky is launching a new web-based system that creates Individual Learning Plans for every middle and high school students in the state, allowing students to explore careers and colleges, create resumes and learn about financial-aid options.
Small MN District Runs a Big Virtual Schools Nearly twice as many students attend school virtually in Houston, MN as sit in its brick and mortar classrooms, bringing the small rural district more than $4 million in revenue.
Games Help Sick Kids Cope The Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides support to seriously ill children and their families, is using games to help educate children about their illnesses in a fun and entertaining way.
Colleges Enrolling in Second Life More than 60 schools and educational groups are currently exploring ways to use Second Life's 3-D virtual world to enhance the learning experience.