Future Ready Schools® Releases New Guide for Districts Looking to Blend Teaching with Technology Press ReleaseFebruary 22, 2018
In conjunction with the seventh annual Digital Learning Day, Future Ready Schools® (FRS), an initiative of the Alliance for Excellent Education (All4Ed), released a new guide for school districts interested in using “blended learning” to support their approach to instruction. Blended learning is a variety of practices and strategies that combine online learning with in-person instruction from classroom teachers to give students greater control over the pace, location, and path of their learning.
Quakertown Community School District: A Systematic Approach to Blended Learning That Focuses on District Leadership, Staffing, and Cost-effectiveness Report/Fact SheetApril 23, 2013
This interactive video profile provides readers with a real-life, practical story about how district and school leaders are working to improve student learning outcomes through the effective use of digital learning.
Following his May 23 testimony before the Michigan Senate Education Committee on digital learning, Alliance for Excellent Education President Bob Wise and Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) spoke at a lunch event hosted by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy on “blended learning,” which pairs online content with a traditional classroom experience supervised by a classroom teacher.
Facing fiscal crises, some states are developing new education "policies" that are, in reality, merely cloaks for political expediency.