The Challenge In rural and small schools, curriculum offerings may be limited by constraints such as staffing, space, and enrollments. As K–12 budgets continue to tighten, a growing number of school districts are looking at expanding "1 to 1 computing" or introducing "bring your own device" (BYOD) strategies as a way to expand mobile and digital learning—allowing for greater access to interactive digital curricula, electronic ...more »
Almost no industry spends as little on research and development as the education industry. We have educators, who are often poorly trained in effective research techniques, doing research in their spare time, and we have a small number of independent researchers in universities. We need to improve funding for research and development, and develop ways to test out educational ideas (while safeguarding the education of ...more »
Create Innovation Centers for research and development. Teachers and students will co-design curriculum using emerging technologies with the support of community and partners.