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A ‘singular’ approach to higher education

Singularity University students catch on quick, a fact proven this month when one student secured a domain name, launched a web site, and turned a profit all during an hour-long…

Campuses adjust to enrollment spikes

One of the largest U.S. community colleges has expanded course offerings and operating hours to accommodate a flood of new students, but cash-strapped state governments have forced other two-year colleges…

Let retiring ‘Boomers’ transform schools

Let retiring ‘Boomers’ transform schools

An innovative and potentially ground-breaking approach to 21st century education is placing baby boomer retirees from STEM fields into "learning teams" with educators in an attempt to give students knowledge…

ISTE urges tech training for future teachers

Educational technology advocates are hoping that Congress amends the fiscal 2010 budget to include funding for a grant program that focuses on improving new teachers' abilities to use technology in…

Microsoft offers Moodle to Live@edu users

In an effort to provide integrated access to its Live@edu services, Microsoft Corp. has released a free plug-in for Moodle, an open-source software program for managing courses online. Key words: Microsoft…

What educators can learn from brain research

As technology advances, new discoveries based on brain mapping are helping researchers understand how students learn. And those discoveries, in turn, are enriching and informing classroom practices in a growing…

Editorial: Different animals

In the July issue of eSchool News, we published the text of the final speech given by Craig Barrett as chairman of Intel Corp. In his speech, Barrett--who retired as…

Report: University was overcharged for IT work

Four employees of a consulting firm billed more than $200,000 apiece in five months for work on a University of Wisconsin System information technology project, according to a review by…

American education reform: Stranded on islands of excellence

(Editor's note: What follows is the edited text of a speech given at an Arizona charter schools event on May 17 by Craig Barrett, who retired as chairman of Intel…

Layoffs prompt teachers to move online

In what could be a result of widespread teacher layoffs, some virtual schools and online learning providers are reporting huge increases in teaching applications for the coming school year. Key words:…