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The Learning Accelerator Lands $500K Grant to Support Blended Learning Initiatives

THE LEARNING ACCELERATOR (TLA), a non-profit organization, has received a $500,000, two-year grant from the Carnegie Corporation. Based in Cupertino, California, TLA is dedicated to developing, implementing and investing in K-12 blended learning programs on a national scale. In a press release, CEO,

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Blackboard Turns to ‘New Learning Experience’ to Bust Its Bad Brand

BLACKBOARD KNOWS IT HAS AN IMAGE PROBLEM—partly because its armada of tools and features developed over the years did not play well with one another. But the company labeled by Wired as “Everyone’s Classroom Pariah” is trying to fix that with a major product overhaul. “It’s been a low quality produc

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Escúchame en Las Mañanas de Radio Nacional

El miércoles 22 de julio inicio una colaboración con Las Mañanas de Radio Nacional de España.

Durante este verano de 2015 estaré hablando sobre lengua los miércoles entre las 11:30 y las 12:00 (hora de Madrid). Me ocuparé de los temas que vengo tratando en el Blog de Lengua: gramática, ortografía, historia de las palabras, curiosidades lingüísticas… Intentaré mantener el rigor en las explicaciones, pero siempre de forma comprensible y con una pizca de humor.

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BrightBytes Raises $33M Series C to Help School Leaders Make Smarter Spending Decisions

BRIGHTBYTES: $33 million to San Francisco, CA-based BrightBytes in a Series C round led by Insight Venture Partners, with Bessemer Venture Partners, Learn Capital and Rethink Education also participating. Founded in 2012, BrightBytes offers a platform, Clarity, that helps K-12 administrators and sch

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Sesquidécada: julio 2000

Con los rigores del verano atacando con fuerza, la sesquidécada de julio viene con lecturas ligeras, variadas y para todos los gustos. En primer lugar, para los lectores de prensa, tenemos una recopilación de columnas de Juan José Millás, a quien suelo recomendar asiduamente en este blog. Aunque hay muchas antologías de "articuentos", como llama Millás a sus ficciones de opinión, la que leí

How Much Will Parents Spend on Education Technology This Summer?

SUMMER SHOPPING: Parents of K-12 students will spend on average of $873 on their children this year, according to a Rubicon Project survey of 1,000 parents in June 2015. Seventy-two percent of them say they will spend more this year on both technology (roughly $390) and mobile devices such as cell p

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