FREE WEBINAR: Living and Learning in 2025

The CoolCatTeacher

I’m totally intrigued to learn what will be said in this free webinar from Intel where Brian David Johnson will explore what culture, living, and learning will look like in 2025. Brian David Johnson, Intel’s futurist, will be talking about the classroom of 2025.

2025: Imagining the Future of Mobile Apps in Higher Education

EmergingEdTech

Students are Likely to Have an Unprecedented Level of Flexibility and Functionality in the Mobile-Enabled Higher Ed World of Tomorrow The folks at Anagram Interactive have partenered with Radar.io Please click on the post title to continue reading the full post. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!].

Trackside network to bring 5G to UK rail travellers by 2025

FETC Converge

The government has launched a consultation on improving mobile connectivity for rail passengers

A Glimpse of the Future: What the K-12 Classroom Will Look Like in 2025

Ed Tech from the Ground Up

Given that my experience is limited to middle school and high school students through my test-prep company and my critical-reading web app, SmartyReader , I’ll highlight my own insights in hopes of sparking a larger discussion of how the K-12 classroom will look in 2025.

HP Pledges to Invest in Tech to Enhance Education for 100 Million by 2025

EdTech Magazine

By Phil Goldstein Increasingly, tech companies, including Google and Microsoft, see improving internet access for the underserved as part of their corporate social responsibility. Access Points Classroom Digital Citizenship Digital Content Internet Mobile Broadband Mobility Networking Wireless

I’m often asked what do I believe schools will be like in.

Imagine Learning

I’m often asked what do I believe schools will be like in 2025 … this is my best response. The notion of schooling is evolving. I don’t think they will disappear with the advent of online courses or other methodologies. But I do think they will change quite fundamentally.

After a falling, college graduation rates begin to rebound

The Hechinger Report

million haven’t, at a time when the nation is behind schedule at meeting a goal of increasing the proportion of the population with degrees to 60 percent by 2025.

States use direct mail, money, to get more of their residents back to college

The Hechinger Report

Nearly every state has set a goal for boosting the proportion of its population with post-secondary education; most are aiming for 55 to 65 percent by 2020 or 2025. In Mississippi, where the goal is 60 percent attainment by 2025, the share of adults with a credential is even lower: 37.5

Read To Be Ready Program Promotes Better Literacy Teaching in TN

K-12 Schools - Education News

Currently, the education department is seeking to bring 75% of all third-grade students up to grade level by 2025. (Photo: Pixabay, Creative Commons).

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Creating Tomorrow’s Innovators

Tomorrow's Learners

“Eighty percent of jobs that will exist in 2025 don’t exist today; we have to prepare our students and graduates for a world that’s essentially not possible to prepare them for” .

3 ways crowdfunding is reshaping the US edtech landscape

eSchool News

By 2025 global investment from crowdfunding is expected to reach $93 billion. Nowadays, crowdfunding is one of the more popular ways to raise money. A community of backers or ‘the crowd’ contribute small amounts to help fund the development of an idea or project.

DigiExam and the Future of Assessment

EdNews Daily

The Assessment and Qualifications Alliance (AQA)’s “The Future of Assessment: 2025 and Beyond” paper (Ahmed et al, 2015) is designed to provide an overview of some of the challenges facing those seeking to prepare students for the modern world – and directions that assessment might take as a result.

Unlocking stackable global credentials

The Christensen Institute

Current projections are that by 2025 there will be 263 million students providing 163 percent growth in 25 years: a rate that dwarfs the growth over the previous nine centuries.

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OPINION: Five ways colleges can enroll more low-income students

The Hechinger Report

More than 80 leading colleges and universities are committed to a 2025 national goal of enrolling 50,000 more lower-income students in institutions with a 70 percent or higher graduation rate. Great Hall, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Visual Learning Transforms ELL Math Education

MIND Research Institute

By 2025, it is predicted that nearly 1 out of every 4 public school students will be an English Language Learner. All students, regardless of language proficiency level, have the ability to think deeply about mathematical concepts. However, when math is presented only as words and numbers on a page, English language learners (ELL) can miss out on crucial opportunities to understand the meaning behind the math.

What's That Liberal Art Degree Worth?

Edsurge

But by 2020, “AI-related job creation will cross into positive territory, reaching 2 million net-new jobs in 2025.” Sure, coding is cool. But what about those of us who earned a degree in say, English, anthropology or some other classic “liberal arts” degree? Looking to level up in your career? EdSurge is hosting a series of spring fairs this April! Come join us for an evening of informal networking, panels with hiring companies, and some light bites. San Francisco, April 10th.

Closing the stubborn college graduation gap between rich and poor

The Hechinger Report

The American Talent Initiative has set a goal of consistently enrolling at least 50,000 additional low- and moderate-income students at the 270 institutions with graduation rates above 70 percent, by 2025.”. Today, a college degree is more critical than ever.

What's Making a Difference in Math Education for ELLs?

MIND Research Institute

By 2025, nearly one out of every four public school students in the U.S. will be an English language learner (ELL). The call to provide equal access to effective math education for ELLs is one of the most important and challenging aspects in education today.

?Why New Jersey is Banking on a Credential Registry to Boost its Middle Class

Edsurge

State officials in New Jersey recently announced an ambitious goal to arm 65 percent of the state’s workforce with at least one postsecondary credential by 2025. What’s not listed in the state’s blueprint to reach 65 percent credential attainment by 2025 is any focus on the increasingly popular option of microcredentials, short-term online credential programs touted by online education providers and increasingly traditional not-for-profit universities as well.

What Computer Science Education Looks Like in the Nation’s Largest School District

Edsurge

million students with at least one unit of computer science by 2025, the department is ramping up teacher training—offering current public school teachers per diem or per session to participate. To support its goal of preparing more than 4,000 educators to teach computer science by 2025, Marcus’s department has partnered with programs like Code.org and Sunset Spark.

Catching the sharing economy wave: Office space

The Christensen Institute

million square feet by 2025. This is the first post in a three-part series examining nonconsumption as a strategy for maximizing the sharing economy. The series addresses three areas of opportunity: rooms, rides, and recreation. Today the sharing economy is a mainstream phenomenon.

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Digiexam and the future of assessment

EdNews Daily

The Assessment and Qualifications Alliance (AQA)’s “The Future of Assessment: 2025 and Beyond” paper (Ahmed et al, 2015) is designed to provide an overview of some of the challenges facing those seeking to prepare students for the modern world – and directions that assessment might take as a result.

The next generation of wireless services: Super-fast 5G

eSchool News

through 2025. Federal regulators recently opened the door to the next generation of wireless services, making the U.S. the first nation to allocate a wide swath of airwaves to deliver super-fast 5G access.

OPINION: Kindergarten isn’t too early to educate at-risk children about Alzheimer’s

The Hechinger Report

The answer to these questions will depend, in part, on whether policymakers, public health officials, and community leaders have the will – and the resources – to make good on our national commitment to prevent or effectively treat Alzheimer’s by 2025.

How can teachers use VR in the classroom?

Neo LMS

billion by 2025, while the education sector will attract 15 million users. If you are as old as I am then you will remember the thrill of watching your teacher wheel the TV trolley into the classroom. Finally”, you thought, “some fun in class!”

A possible solution to one college cost problem: free books

The Hechinger Report

In a statement, Raimondo said the initiative dovetails with her goal of ensuring that 70 percent of Rhode Island residents have at least an associate’s degree by 2025. Cal students in the Doe Library at UC Berkeley on Friday, April 10, 2015. Photo: Alison Yin.

Most campuses still refuse to recognize faculty using technology

Bryan Alexander

Maybe one quarter of American campuses will have recognition and reward policies in place by 2025. How do colleges and universities support faculty in using technology? Badly, it turns out, according to one critical measure.

Like it or not, Trump is the next president — Now, here’s how he can improve higher ed

The Hechinger Report

This means that kindergartners in Colorado will have no affordable public college or university options as early as 2025. Photo: Meredith Kolodner. It’s official: we have a new president. Whatever your politics, the decision has been made by the American people.

How to start a Girls Who Code free afterschool program in your community

The Cornerstone Blog

million women could be working in computing by 2025 –that’s a 24-39% increase in proportion compared to the 1.2 According to LinkedIn, the most in-demand skill for 2017 will be computing.

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States connect students with degrees they don’t know they’ve earned

The Hechinger Report

It’s an even smaller share of the number needed to help increase the proportion of Americans with postsecondary credentials from the current 46 percent to 60 percent by 2025 — a goal that will require 16.4

100 Top Colleges Vow To Enroll More Low-Income Students

MindShift

Enroll 50,000 additional low- and moderate-income students by 2025. College access and affordability: It’s a common topic in higher education — because college is the one place that can really be a catapult when it comes to moving up the economic ladder.

Indiana, Oklahoma, 22 Others Receive $100k Youth Initiative Grants

K-12 Schools - Education News

The Oklahoma Office of Workforce Development said that 77% of new jobs in 2025 will require advanced certification, writes Robin Hohweiler for the Woodward News.

Education Playbook spotlights teaching and learning

eSchool News

The visions were informed by KnowledgeWorks research-based future forecast, “The Future of Learning: Education in the Era of Partners in Code,” which considers learning in 2025.

Meet The Gates Foundation’s New Deputy Director in Higher Education

Edsurge

First and foremost, our goal with post-secondary success at the Gates Foundation is really around getting 11 million more credentials and certificates in the hands of folks who otherwise would not have gotten those kinds of credentials in their hands, by the year 2025. I hope that I’m able to share a bigger vision that connects the dots and really puts us on path to get those 11 million people the certificates and credentials they need to be in the workforce by 2025.

After decades of pushing bachelor’s degrees, U.S. needs more tradespeople

The Hechinger Report

But it can get better in California, where 30 percent of all job openings by 2025 — more than a million jobs — will require some post-high school education, according to the state’s community college system. FONTANA, Calif. — At a steel factory dwarfed by the adjacent Auto Club Speedway, Fernando Esparza is working toward his next promotion. Esparza is a 46-year-old mechanic for Evolution Fresh, a subsidiary of Starbucks that makes juices and smoothies.

Universities cut services for a big group of their students: those over 25

The Hechinger Report

Minnesota, for example, wants 70 percent of its residents to have certificates or degrees by 2025. Amy Nalesnik, a 29-year-old pregnant mother of two, who had to find another place to put them after the day care center at her university shut down. Courtesy of Amy Nalesnik.

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Why Language Learning Apps Haven’t Helped Struggling ELL Students

Edsurge

schools during the 2013-2014 school year, and the National Education Association predicts that number will increase to 10 million by 2025. (In When asked what technology he used while learning English, Bryan Estrada fidgeted nervously as he contemplated whether or not he should share a personal story with a stranger. There was this girl.,” stammered Estrada, a native Spanish-speaking sophomore from Yes Prep High School in Texas. “My

Michigan Report Details State’s Third Grade Reading Goals

K-12 Schools - Education News

A legislative workgroup appointed by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has released a report suggesting that third-graders in the state should be among the most improved readers in the nation and that the group would like to see the state lead the nation in third-grade reading proficiency by 2025.

This tool boosts science, engineering interest

eSchool News

The coalition of business, foundation and education groups have set a goal of raising the number of residents with post-secondary credentials from 38 percent to 75 percent by 2025. An online teaching tool is helping students in Tennessee become more engaged with science and engineering.

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Why haven’t new federal rules unleashed more innovation in schools?

The Hechinger Report

In addition, the Vermont plan details a rigorous and continuous way to evaluate whether its schools are making progress toward the state’s 2025 benchmark for academic achievement. Brian Stack is the principal of Sanborn Regional High School in Kingston, N.H.