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How could DeVos affect edtech?

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jan 16, 2017

Betsy DeVos, nominee for secretary of education, has advocated for education technology, particularly its ability to personalize learning and open opportunities for students. This analysis considers DeVos' stance on issues and the effect she could have on edtech policy and initiatives. eSchool News (free registration) (01/16)


When a personalized-learning pilot flops

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jan 20, 2017

3 ways to guard districts from ransomware

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jan 19, 2017

Schools adopt flexible learning spaces

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jan 16, 2017

Superintendent credits tech for learning gains

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jan 20, 2017

What is the state of internet access in schools?

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jan 18, 2017

VR meets Next Generation Science Standards

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jan 18, 2017

DeVos hearing addresses school choice, rights

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jan 18, 2017

School districts work to keep data safe

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jan 17, 2017

Lawsuit alleges Google misuses student data

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jan 19, 2017


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