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Pearson reports PARCC cheating via social media in 6 states

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 26, 2015

Pearson, which is administering Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers exams, reports that testing materials have been posted on social media sites in at least 70 instances in six states. The testing company recently caught two high-school students in Maryland using social media to post test questions, and the posts were removed within an hour of being discovered. Baltimore Sun, The (03/23)


Texas district implements full Google solution

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 25, 2015

Schools in Finland to teach by topic, not subject

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 26, 2015

How the role of the K-12 teacher is evolving

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 26, 2015

Survey identifies top-performing digital schools in U.S.

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 25, 2015

N.C. elementary school hosts first Skype-A-Thon

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 30, 2015

Engineering game, free online curriculum among top reader picks for March

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 30, 2015

Colleges, universities offer support for flipped instruction

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 30, 2015

Ill. district plans gradual transition to one-to-one program

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 31, 2015

Some colleges invest resources in open-source programs

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 27, 2015


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