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Afternoon Announcements: Bipartisan Op-ed Calls for High-Speed Internet in Schools and Libraries

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February 18, 2014 03:59 pm


The 25,000 elementary and middle school students in Maryland who will take the new Common Core-aligned assessments will not have to take the state tests, as well, due to a waiver from the federal government. The Washington Post

Here are four important ways that digital technology has changed K-12 education: collaboration, information gathering, remote learning, and teacher preparation. Huffington Post

Some students aren’t spending their “snow days” building snow men or binge-watching television; they’re logging onto the computer and completing school assignments. The New York Times

This important bi-partisan op-ed from Congressmembers Jared Polis and Chris Gibson talks about the need for high-speed Internet access in all schools and libraries. Education Week


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