Monthly Archives: September 2012

Trends | American Revolution 2.0

If you haven’t yet read this report, it’s one of the better ones in terms of facts, figures, insight, energy and painting an understandable broadview of what’s happening in the edtech space and how it relates to the bigger picture. … Continue reading

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Hashtag Journalists

L-R: Lynn University students Ricky Freebery, Tamara Reyes, A.J. Mercincavage, Sophia Barrett and Patricia Lammle have been covering higher education issues at the Republican National Convention and Democratic National Convention. (Photo courtesy Andrew Vermes/Lynn University) Live from the convention, a college … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Apps and Education

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Back to School

SHIFT PARADIGM | by Mark E. Weston Occupy a classroom, change education Occupy Wall Street’s non-violent attempts to change the private sector suggest that similar tactics can be applied to America’s public K-12 education system. This is an intriguing possibility … Continue reading

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