7 Good Ed-Tech Stories You Might Have Missed
When the nation’s education journalists gathered in Washington last week, educational technology was a big part of the conversation.
Of course, Education Week was thrilled to be recognized by the Education Writers Association with a first-place award in investigative reporting, for our coverage of the cyber charter industry.
But there was lots more: The Washington Post’s Jessica Contrera and Caitlin Gibson won first prize in feature writing, for their “Screen Age” series. Francesca Berardi and the Teacher Project team were on hand to talk about their recent Slate series on online learning. And in panels and conversations throughout the week, I was reminded of the difficulty of keeping up with all the great ed-tech reporting coming from all corners of the country.
Here are seven recent stories you might have missed, but shouldn’t have.