Momentum around blended learning continues to grow and our work to enable every district in the country to implement high-quality blended learning is gaining visibility. See below a series of recent media stories about some of our team's efforts:
TLA Partner Daniel Owens is interviewed in bothThe Journaland Education Weekabout his prototype online purchasing portal that will provide pricing transparency and increased purchasing power for school districts buying EdTech devices.
TLA PartnerJennifer Wolfe is quoted in an Education Week story about Open Education Resources and her work with the K-12 OER Collaborative to create high-quality, full-course, open instructional materials for every grade level K-12 in English language arts and mathematics, aligned with state-standards.
TLA Partner Beth Rabbitt's work with grantee BetterLesson to provide free, high-definition blended learning strategy videos and teacher-created artifacts for professional development is promoted inThe Hechinger Report.