Adaptive learning and new books: This week's most read education news
If response to our feature on adaptive learning is any indication, the technology is among the hottest in the field of education right now. Meanwhile, Harvard announced a plan to hopefully encourage more low-income students to apply to elite universities—not just its own—and for-profit Dade Medical College's CEO resigned amid controversy.
Be sure to check out our features on 9 new books for educators and key features of OSX Mavericks in this week's most read Education Dive posts!
- Adaptive learning: The best approaches we've seen so far: Ed tech's hottest trend is impacting how students learn from K-12 to higher ed, and these companies are at the forefront.
- 9 new books educators need to know about: From online learning to the Common Core standards, there's something new for educators at all levels on bookshelves in coming months.
- 2 reasons OSX Mavericks matters to educators: The free upgrade brings popular mobile features to Apple's desktops and laptops—and even more freebies.
- Harvard announces plan to draw low-income students to elite schools: The university says the initiative is meant to attract students not just to Harvard, but to other schools too.
- Dade Medical College CEO resigns, faces criminal charges: Amid backlash, Ernesto Perez has stepped down from the for-profit school he founded.
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