Tag Archives: EdTech

Things to Come in K-12 Education: Predictions for 2018

Things to Come (or that are already here):  Predictions (guesses/observations) for 2018 The education system has changed so much so rapidly in the last fifteen to twenty years that it is anyone’s guess as to what will happen in the … Continue reading

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Ed-Tech Today: Providing Hope and Opportunity or a Pathway to the Gig Economy of Tomorrow?

The Network for Public Education (NPE) held their 4th annual conference in Oakland, CA on October 14 and 15. A team put together by Parents Across America Puget Sound gave a panel presentation at the conference. Some information about the … Continue reading

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Googlification of the Classroom

How Google Took Over the Classroom is an article worth reading. Does your child have a Google account through school? If so, do you have any concerns about it? Here is one quote from the article: Google is helping to … Continue reading

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Stop the Ed Tech Juggernaut: A Parents Across America Webinar

This article appears on the Seattle Education website.  It is reposted here with permission from the author. Members of Parents Across America (PAA) have spent extensive time looking into quantities of writing and research that raise red flags about the … Continue reading

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