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We are proud to present a new Keeping Pace report:

Teaching Online Across State Lines

This report looks at the challenges faced by teachers who want to teach online courses in multiple states, and proposes a policy solution that would allow licensed teachers to more easily teach in multiple states, while augmenting online teacher skills.


Keeping Pace 2013 The 10th edition includes updated enrollment numbers, graphics, and policy information. Download the full report, scroll down for individual graphics, or browse individual state profiles.

Access, activity, and outcomes in digital learning

As we are nearing completion of writing Keeping Pace 2014, we’ve been thinking quite a bit about the different lenses through which to consider the digital learning landscape. Among the words that best describes the landscape is uneven. Three of the key elements of digital learning that may be described as uneven are access, activity, […]

“Building a Better Teacher,” “Why Americans Stink at Math,” and implications for digital learning—an unplanned Part 3

When I wrote the first two blog posts (part 1 and part 2) on Building a Better Teacher, I hadn’t yet seen Larry Cuban’s take on Elizabeth Green’s views. He makes a point that is valuable enough to add a coda to the earlier posts. Cuban is generally positive about Green’s views, saying that they […]

Part 2: “Why Americans Stink at Math,” and implications for digital learning

The last blog post explored the findings in Elizabeth Green’s forthcoming book, Building a Better Teacher, and identified parallels in digital education. A short excerpt about Common Core captures the issues: “…teachers are once more being asked to unlearn an old approach and learn an entirely new one, essentially on their own. Training is still […]

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