What Educators Want From Digital Instructional Tools (2.0) — Report
Our initial report, released in April 2014, helped foster a stronger understanding of the ways in which teachers were using digital instructional tools, gaps in availability, teachers’ attitudes toward digital technology, and the perceived effectiveness of these tools. To continue supporting teachers, those obtaining resources for them, and product developers, this follow-up report offers a more up-to-date analysis of how educators’ needs are being met by digital tools.
People don’t usually look to places like Lindsay, California to find examples of extraordinary education. But extraordinary things are happening in this small town in the Central Valley. The students, almost all from low-income families and more than half English language learners, are engaged in their learning and taking ownership of their futures.
Oct 18, 2016
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