Most Read Education News of the Week: iPads, emails and MOOCs
Education Dive's look ahead at how iPads will be used in schools in 2013 took the lions share of our readers' attention this week, though opinions out of George Washington University on MOOCs and higher ed accreditation issues followed right behind in the rankings.
If you need to catch up on these stories or the controversy that erupted over an email sent out to raise money for New York City's Dalton School, have a look at the links below:
- How will higher ed accreditation work in the online age?: At a forum hosted Stanford's Graduate School of Education, experts and innovators debated the meaning of an education and how to measure it.
- 17 ways iPads will be used in schools in 2013: New classroom tablet programs are beginning and others are expanding. Here's a look at what's taking shape.
- George Washington U administrators skeptical of MOOCs: The uncertainty could delay the school's MOOC rollout.
- Online education's takeover outpaces January expectations: Several recent developments are propelling higher education toward its future, but what that future holds remains unknown.
- NYC's Dalton School lists rejected applicants in fundraising email: Parents of the applicants are reportedly not amused.
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