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Category: Democratizing Education

Gamers shouldn’t be the only group to benefit from virtual and augmented reality. The technology has huge implications for the future of education.

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Jeanne Allen

Senate Committee Turns to Innovation in Higher Education

July marked the beginning of the congressional reapproval process of the Higher Education Act (HEA). As the federal law that governs the administration of federal student aid programs, the HEA […]

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Jeanne Allen

Increase in High School Online Learning Produces Positive Changes to University Technologies

An increase in online learning in K-12 is positively impacting the integration of technology in college campuses, The Chronicle of Higher Education reported recently. A growing group of students in Michigan […]

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Jeanne Allen

U.S. Department of Education Opens Dialogue on Innovation and Quality in Higher Education

In a recent blog post, the U.S. Department of Education opened a dialogue on how best to assess quality in a vibrant marketplace of emerging learning platforms. U.S. Under Secretary […]

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Sean Fahey

The Importance of Scalable Educational Enterprises

Running a scalable business is hard. The bigger a company gets, the more opportunities arise for things to go completely haywire. This is especially true in service-oriented businesses. While most […]

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Joe Ross

Democratization of Education: The Power of Insight

New education technology companies across the board have rallied under the “Democratization of Education” banner. No surprise there — making higher education accessible to anyone with a desire to learn […]

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Nicholas Smith

A Look Back at Online Education

Considering formal education is thousands of years old, it’s remarkable that such an ancient practice has remained relatively unchanged. The traditional teaching model — one teacher with a group of […]

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Jeanne Allen

The Intersection of Education Technology and Policy

Thomas Friedman, author of the popular book “The World is Flat,” envisions an education system where students can “create [their] own college degree[s] by taking the best online courses from […]

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