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Default Digital Directions December 2010: N.C. to Offer Microsoft Course in All High Schools

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Digital DirectionsDecember 2010
>> EdTech @ WorkTOP
After graduating only 20 percent of its students a decade ago, an Ohio high school completed a turnaround by restructuring itself as a technology school, attracting students who wanted high-tech careers. (AP)
The state's Department of Public Instruction said the course will give students real-world technology skills from a globally recognized brand name. (Education Week)
>> Read the Fall Issue of Digital DirectionsTOP
Digital Directions Executive Editor Kevin Bushweller says you know the ed-tech landscape is shifting when federal policy finally adjusts to advances in technology. (Education Week)
Read the entire issue.
>> Gadgets and GamesTOP
In the wake of nationwide incidents of cyberbullying, Virginia officials consider search and seizure policies as a way to monitor students' online behavior. (AP)
>> IT ManagementTOP
School information systems, like Parent Portal, are expanding to enhance communication between schools and parents. (Digital Directions)
>> E-LearningTOP
STEMnet Teachers Hub, an Internet resource for teachers in math, science, engineering, and technology, will allow teachers to submit lesson plans that other teachers could upload and use.
>> Digital Education BlogTOP
Check out the Digital Education blog for solutions and analyses of the technological challenges you face today.
Recent Posts:
+ Murdoch Dives Into Ed-Tech Market
+ New Elementary Digital Literacy Curriculum Out
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