Are Digital Resources or Textbooks More Effective? OECD Weighs In

Are digital resources more effective than textbooks? They are certainly more trendy these days. Although Learning List has reviewed hundreds of instructional materials in both formats, it’s difficult for us to say that one format is better than another.

Happy Birthday, Ralph W. Tyler!

Born in Chicago on April 22, 1902, Ralph W. Tyler was a visionary educator and a leading proponent of student-centered learning. At the request of the Carnegie Corporation, he chaired a committee that developed the National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NAEP, in 1967. Today, NAEP is known as the “Nation’s Report Card” and it remains the most reliable national data on student achievement.

How Learning List Helps Further Educational Equity

A central premise of American public education is that all students should have access to a rigorous, high-quality curriculum.  While education reform efforts have tended to focus on the challenges urban public schools face in achieving educational equity, rural schools also confront challenges in achieving this important goal.  Social and geographic isolation, coupled with inadequate school and community resources, limits …

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CSCOPE Debate

If you have lived in Texas over the last 10 months, it would have been difficult to escape the debate over the CSCOPE lesson plans. If you are involved in public education in any way, it would have been impossible. CSCOPE is a curriculum management system aligned to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) that was developed by a …

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