Sunday, May 27, 2012
Fordham Launches New Digital Learning Volume for EdReform
Sarah Cargill / April 25, 2012
The Thomas B. Fordham Institute today launched Education Reform for the Digital Era, a new digital learning compilation of papers in its Creating Sound Policy for Digital Learning series.
Education Reform for the Digital Era takes a close look at the policies and practices needed to ensure the quality and success of the digital learning movement in order to avoid the mistakes of the charter school movement. The volume seeks to find effective ways to take online and blended schools to scale by addressing policy issues around quality control, staffing, funding, and governance for the digital sector.
The volume was written by Bryan C. Hassel, Emily Ayscue Hassel, Federick M. Hess, Tamara Butler Battaglino, Matt Haldeman, Eleanor Laurans, Paul T. Hill, and John E. Chubb with a foreword by Chester E. Finn, Jr. and Daniela Fairchild.
A copy is available as a downloadable PDF or ebook on Kindle, Nook, iPad or other ereader.
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