Surveys Find Districts Are Using More Edtech Tools — and Teachers Are Bearing the Costs

Edsurge

The resulting report , “VR Changes the Game for Soft Skills Training,” projects that 72 percent of the survey respondents will have tried VR simulations by 2022, more than twice the 35 percent that say they’re using it today.

Survey 114

OPINION: Cities find new ways to fill pre-K funding holes left by the federal government

The Hechinger Report

These strategies range in impact and difficulty, and some have been more practiced in the children’s advocacy world than others. In total, the revenues will bring the city an estimated $6 million annually by 2022. In June, the city of Memphis, Tennessee, lost funding for 1,000 pre-K slots due to an expiring federal grant.

Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

How much will it take to reopen, catch up kids, and save public schooling long term?

The Hechinger Report

The communities that need the most will face the biggest hits,” said Zahava Stadler, special assistant for state funding and policy at The Education Trust, a nonprofit education research and advocacy organization. “If Superintendent Chad Gestson has been spending a lot of money lately.

New data: Even within the same district some wealthy schools get millions more than poor ones

The Hechinger Report

Longtime advocates of this federal transparency mandate hope the new data will spur more widespread advocacy. In California, outside researchers tracked the state dollars to the school level and gave advocacy groups a smoking gun. At Ronald D.

Data 113

Forget civics class: Students want to make a difference in real life

The Hechinger Report

In recent years, the group’s advocacy has led to changes in the district’s graduation requirements, to align them with admissions requirements for California’s university systems, and an expansion of funding for an after-school meal program that had been cut by the school board.

Kaplan 111

Learning by Voting: Students Want the Right to Make a Difference in Real Life

MindShift

In recent years, the group’s advocacy has led to changes in the district’s graduation requirements, to align them with admissions requirements for California’s university systems, and an expansion of funding for an after-school meal program that had been cut by the school board.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

It’s building this little web that turns the user into a mostly passive consumer of mostly western corporate content,” says Ellery Biddle, Global Voices’ advocacy director. billion in revenue by 2022. (National) Education Politics. “Who Is Betsy DeVos ?” ” asks New York Magazine. “And how did she get to be head of our schools.”

MOOC 41