Tag: digital learning

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Religious charter schools are not okay, Oklahoma high court rules

  The big news: In a closely watched case that could have national ramifications, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled a proposed religious charter school that the state approved last year violates the state constitution and charter school law.   What it means: The high court’s decision could halt the planned fall... READ MORE
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Oklahoma Supreme Court prepares to weigh in on precedent-setting religious charter school lawsuit
  An attorney defending the Oklahoma’s charter school board wasted...
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Can this bill help online students take their tests?
For years, Florida’s online schools have grappled with a logistical...
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Virtual reality allows tween with serious medical condition to experience the world safely from home
Tristan Drummond was born 10 weeks premature with one kidney...
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podcastED: SUFS president Doug Tuthill interviews Friendship Public Charter School CEO Patricia Brantley
On this episode, Tuthill talks with the leader of a...
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podcastED: SUFS president Doug Tuthill interviews Pasco County Principal of the Year
On this episode, Tuthill speaks with JoAnne Glenn, one of...
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PodcastED: SUFS president Doug Tuthill interviews public education pioneer Julie Young
In this episode, Step Up For Students President Doug Tuthill...
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The intellectual legacy and example of Clayton Christensen
A key contributor to understanding innovation in the modern economy...
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Florida roundup: Class size, innovation, facilities and more
Class size. A key lawmaker wants to examine school districts’ use...
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Legg: Teacher training needs to keep up with digital transformation
Editor’s note: In the past two legislative sessions, Florida Sen. John...
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Florida remains no. 2 for parent power
When groups rank states based on a range of education reforms...
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