Username or Email Address
Living for today or planning for tomorrow with...
Need to do an EdTech Audit?
Free registration required to view this resource.
Register today and receive free access to all our news and resources and the ability to customize your news by topic with My eSchool News.
Already a member? Log in
Thousands more Tennessee students next year will have access to online courses, thanks to $6 million in stimulus funds being doled out to the state's school districts, reports the Tennessean. State officials expect as many as 20,000 additional students will be able to take online courses as funding for the state's online school, e4TN, expands over the next two years—a significant jump from the 2,250 students who took online courses in 2008-09. Tennessee was one of the last states in the Southeast to develop online courses but has seen a rapid increase in enrollment since e4TN launched in 2006. Enrollment
Get the week's top education technology news and find out how schools are solving technology problems to improve learning. Weekly on Monday and Thursday.
Find out the latest technology tips, tools and the innovative best practices schools are using everyday to improve learning. Weekly on Wednesday