Los Angeles charter schools’ thoughtful, teacher-led use of classroom technology leads to big academic gains

There seems to be a right way and a wrong way to blend technology and traditional instruction in K-12 classrooms.

The Los Angeles Unified School District effectively demonstrated the wrong way this school year when officials committed to spending $1 billion to purchase iPads for every student, teacher and administrator in the district before having a solid plan in place for how they’d use the machines.

But amid the commotion, a group of independent Los Angeles charter schools known as ICEF Public Schools was taking a different approach… Click here to learn more