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Utah STEM Action Center Releases Exemplar Statewide Program Evaluation

MIND Research Institute

A new bar has been set for state-grants-funded digital math programs evaluation. The Utah STEM Action Center has released its 2020 annual report , which includes the results of their comprehensive statewide program evaluation.

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Good News from Our Nation’s Capital

EdNews Daily

limited data collection, limited program evaluation?, Public Schools, digital equity and access to technology at home is a very real problem. Public Schools, digital equity and access to technology at home is a very real problem. information and access for families? , no implementation support?,


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K-12 Educators and Administrators: Share Your Ed-tech Pilot Approach

Digital Promise

We think if schools are able to run strong, results-based pilots, it will be more likely that teachers and students have access to education technology tools that can help them reach their goals. So, do you think you have a pilot approach others could learn from? Manager of Blended Learning. Click here to share it.

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5 Principles for Evaluating State Test Scores

Looking at proficiency data. For better or worse, standardized test scores are simple for anyone to access, typically a link or two away on the web. Prior to looking at data, educators need to avoid two major pitfalls. To combat these data pitfalls, Slater adheres to 5 Data Principles. It’s] the power of and.

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Over 25 Ideas for eLearning… Inclement Weather and Snow Day Make Up

21st Century Educational Technology and Learning

Collect student data regarding home internet connectivity. Determine community wifi access points. Investigate possible home connect programs for students who do not have access. Provide labs and access points at buildings in the district and communicate availability to students and parents.