EdSector Publications (Archive)
23 Apr 2013 | by Rachel Fishman
Online learning is increasingly becoming a permanent fixture in higher education. Yet, the U.S. public higher education system has been visibly slower to embrace the potential of online learning. State U Online examines the history of distance learning and opportunities for building streamlined, affordable online public higher education systems.
25 Mar 2013 | by Chad Aldeman
The Evergreen Effect digs into Washington State data and highlights the failures of rudimentary teacher evaluation systems, and for Washington in particular, just how bad they really were.
6 Feb 2013 | by Susan Headden
Susan Headden profiles the Alliance Tennenbaum Family Technology High School, a blended learning pioneer that is illustrating both the strengths and challenges of implementing such a radical new way of educating students.
16 Jan 2013 | by Mandy Zatynski
How can a university get more students to stick with a course and help them pass? Read about the University of Georgia's eCore, the online education portal.