Illuminate Education Unveils Research on Actual Impact of Spring School Closures & Learning Disruptions

New research released by Illuminate Education indicates students in grades K-8 are experiencing universal learning losses in math and reading due to COVID-19 disruptions. Losses are consistently greater in math than reading in late elementary and middle school grades and

CoSN Announces Top 2021 Hurdles, Accelerators & Technology Enablers Shaping K-12 Innovation

Annual Research Explored in Revamped ‘Driving K-12 Innovation’ Series; Report Coming in January CoSN today revealed the results of its annual innovation survey, announcing the top three hurdles, accelerators and technology enablers that will shape innovation in K-12 education for

MiEN Company Releases White Paper on How Flexible Furniture Creates Active Learning Environments

Districts and schools are increasingly adopting active learning practices in order to address businesses’ demand for employees capable of creative and collaborative work. But one commonly overlooked factor in this transition is classroom design. However, research shows that the physical

New Data from Illuminate Education Indicate Substantial Math & Modest Reading Learning Losses due to COVID-19

Math losses in grades 5 through 8 approximated to be between three to four months. A brief released today by Illuminate Education reveals substantial math losses in grades 5-8 and modest reading losses across grades K-8 as a result of

Project Tomorrow Unveils Speak Up Research that Provides New Insight into Future of Digital Learning

Survey results show increased usage, interest in using digital tools for learning amidst changes driven by global pandemic The sudden shift in digital learning in spring 2020 instigated new and sustainable changes in K-12 education. Project Tomorrow, the nation’s leading

New Analysis: Congress Leaves California Students Logged Off of Online Learning Opportunities

With most schools in California reopening virtually this fall, a new analysis from the Alliance for Excellent Education and the Linked Learning Alliance shows the very students who could benefit the most from the college-and career-focused approach of Linked Learning are the least likely to