Until I looked really, really hard.
"Outcomes" covers impact—including the measurement of it—for technology-enabled education initiatives.
A $100 million initiative in a 500-word press release.
And now for something completely different.
Rio Salado College responds to e-Literate coverage – there’s a lot of useful context on Rio’s student outcomes, but responses still do not address low rates of degree-seeking students getting degrees.
National Louis University and Acrobatiq show what it takes to build a degree program in which courseware can help meaningfully impact outcomes and close achievement gaps.
Macmillan’s new white paper on their approach to efficacy is an illuminating counterpoint to Cengage’s Unlimited strategy in the battle that’s unfolding in the curricular materials industry.
New research shows that the effectiveness of what may seem like common-sense techniques for learning how to learn are not effective in many cultures.