Keeping Pace 2014 The 11th edition includes updated enrollment numbers, graphics, and policy information. Download the full report, scroll down for individual graphics, or browse individual state profiles.
The Economist believes that “Forecasting the internet’s impact on business is proving hard.” “Prognosticators have a bad record when it comes to new technologies. Safety razors were supposed to produce a clean-shaven future. Cars were expected to take off and fly. Automation was meant to deliver a life of leisure. Yet beards flourish, cars remain […]
Some of our past blog posts have explored the current shortcomings and potential benefits of reciprocity between states in teacher certification and sharing online courses. Often our views tend towards skepticism. Regarding teacher certification our research suggests that the current benefits of reciprocity are often overestimated, and we have expressed uncertainty about whether proposals from […]
Our policy research at Keeping Pace is usually focused at the state level because state laws and regulations tend to have a greater immediate impact on digital learning than federal laws. But we are keeping an eye on the reauthorization of No Child Left Behind because major changes to the main federal law governing education […]