Articles on this page explore ways that technology is transforming education—from organizing classrooms and structuring lessons to motivating students and helping them overcome barriers to learning. This section shows how teachers and administrators are using new technologies to surmount the constraints of pencil-and-paper learning in brick-and-mortar schools.
Hannah was a fresh-faced 14-year-old, with strikingly pretty reddish-blond hair and an age-appropriate penchant for slightly risky apps and websites.Continue
Once completely virtual, some K–12 online schools are settling into buildings
From its humble beginnings with 400 students in 2001, Connections Academy offered a complete, full-time education online for kindergarten through 12th grade students who wanted or needed to learn in more of a home-school setting.
Would political rivals Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas tweet about their series of oratorical face-offs?
Heavy on low-tech learning using wood and metal, it was often perceived as the gritty retreat of less academically inclined, virtually always male adolescents.