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Changing Trends In Education

This week on Noon Edition, we discussed changing educational trends in South Central Indiana and across the country.

This week on Noon Edition, we discussed changing educational trends in South Central Indiana and across the country. Joining were Indiana University School of Education Dean Gerardo González, History Professor and Co-Director of the IU Freshman Learning Project David Pace, and Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Education Senior Researcher Mary Huber.

  • http://www.tonysclassroom.com Tony Hollowell

    To what extent are Universities looking to expand their online tools to the high school classrooms? The Universities seem to be leading the charge in the way interactive technology is used to supplement curriculum, but at the high school level, the most advanced technology integration is something like a website with homework assignments. I think that the Universities can be a leader in this regard, if they are willing.

  • Dorothy Menosky

    Kudos to Dean Gonzalez. I hope people are listening.

  • Dorothy Menosky

    Kudos to Dean Gonzalez. I hope people are listening.

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