In Our Feeds: E-learning, books that break stereotypes, and e-book incompatibility
By Tyler on February 11th, 2011
As more and more public school students take virtual courses, will full-time e-learning opportunities only be a good option for students with involved parents? (Ed Week)
NY Times’ Motherlode blog gives a nice list of children’s books that help break down traditional stereotypes. (NYTimes.com) Aside: OOM blogger Michael Strouse wishes he’d seen Cornelia Funke books on this list.
How hard should you fight to keep reading a book? Publisher’s Weekly takes on this question. (PW) And it’s a question we’ve contemplated on OOM before.
Should major contributors to parochial schools be given a bigger say in how the school is run? NY Times reports that more of them are looking for decision-making power. (NY Times)
(Photo credit: Flickr photo by scobleizer)
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