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eSchool News Publishes Tech Stories to Watch for 2009

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eSchool News,  a monthly print and web newspaper read by K-20 decision-makers, has published a summary of developments that they believe could have a profound effect on educational technology in the schools. They are:

5. How will ‘validated learning’ be enforced among the nation’s colleges and universities?

4. How will new federal and state regulations affect internet safety education in schools?

3. Who will be Kevin Martin’s successor as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, and how will this change affect telecommunications policy in 2009?

2. Will the transition to digital TV broadcasting next month occur seamlessly–or will schools experience any problems?

1. How will education fare under the Obama administration?

The article is at: Five ed-tech stories to watch for 2009 (registration required to read the entire article.)

Written by Al Stevens

January 13th, 2009 at 12:58 pm

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  1. Thank you for sharing eSchool News content with your readers.

    The editors of eSchool News have created two ways for you to share the latest education technology news with your readers every day. It’s simple and easy.

    1. eSchool News offers a variety of RSS feeds which are updated every day. You can get the latest Education Technology news, Safety & Security news, Funding News and many more. (click to see the whole list http://www.eschoolnews.com/content-exchange-rss/ )

    2. You can also download one of our news widgets to include on your website or in your blog. http://www.eschoolnews.com/content-exchange-rss/widget/ The eSchool News widget will help you draw more visitors while complementing your existing site content. It’s free, and it is a great way to see the latest school technology news headlines automatically.

    As a special thank you, we’d like to extend to you a free subscription to eSchool News. Just go to https://www.eschoolnews.com/freeesn/index.cfm and fill out your free subscription request.

    Thank you,
    Mariel Quevedo
    Online Content Coordinator
    eSchool News

    P.S. If you are interested in offering your readers a free subscription to the eSchool News monthly publication, please contact me at mquevedo@eschoolnews.com.

    Mariel Quevedo

    16 Jan 09 at 14:55

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