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The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
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The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective

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This presentation explains the "10 Elements of High-Quality Digital Learning" as defined by Digital Learning Now. http://www.digitallearningnow.com/ …

This presentation explains the "10 Elements of High-Quality Digital Learning" as defined by Digital Learning Now. http://www.digitallearningnow.com/

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  • 1. January 25, 2011
    The State of Digital Learning: A National Perspective
    Bob Wise, President
    Alliance for Excellent Education
  • 2. Challenges in America’s K-12 Education System
    Three Looming Crises:
    Declining State Fiscal Revenues
    Mounting Teacher Shortages
    Increased Global Demands for Skilled Workers
  • 3. Challenge 1. Declining State Fiscal Revenues…
    2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
    Source: Boyd, Donald J. What Will Happen to State Budgets When the Money Runs Out? Issue brief. The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, 19 Feb. 2009. Web. 1 Oct. 2009. <http://www.rockinst.org/pdf/government_finance/2009-02-19-What_Will_Happen_to.pdf>.
  • 4. In FY 2010, 39 states made mid-year budget cuts totaling $18.3 billion.
    35 of those states cut K-12 education.
    The Fiscal Survey of the States, Fall 2010; National Association of State Budget Officers and the National Governors Association.
    Mid-Year Budget Cuts Demonstrate fiscal stress
  • 5. Challenge 2: Mounting Teacher Shortages
    The nation faces a supply issue…
    Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Projections of Education Statistics to 2017 (NCES 2008-078) (Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, September 2008).
  • 6. Challenge 2: Mounting Teacher Shortages…
    There is a significant drop in experience in the classroom.
    In 1987-88 the typical teacher had 15 years of experience.
    Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Projections of Education Statistics to 2017 (NCES 2008-078) (Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, September 2008); K. Smith, National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future. Presentation to Arkansas AACTE-NEA Meeting, May 14, 2009.
  • 7. Challenge 2: Mounting Teacher Shortages…
    There is a significant drop in experience in the classroom.
    By 2007-08 the typical teacher had just 1 to 2 years of experience. 
    Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Projections of Education Statistics to 2017 (NCES 2008-078) (Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, September 2008); K. Smith, National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future. Presentation to Arkansas AACTE-NEA Meeting, May 14, 2009.
  • 8. …and Finding the Right Teachers
    88 qualified physics teachers

    440 high schools
  • 9. Challenge 3: Increased Global Demands for Skilled Workers…
    Tasks carried out by the American workforce 1960-2002
    Percent change
    Source: Author, Levy, and Murnane 2003.
  • 10. There Is Growing Demand For An Increasingly Educated Workforce
    Workforce job requirements, by education level
    Graduate degree
    Bachelor’s degree
    Associate’s degree
    Some college
    HS
    diploma
    HS dropouts
    1973
    1992
    2007
    2018
    Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, December 2009
  • 11. Opportunity…Provide Students With Access to Quality Learning
    Improve access to courses that prepare students for college
    Personalize instruction and make it more relevant
  • 12. At one time these were cutting edge:
  • 13. We need to go from this:
  • 14. To this:
  • 15. The Challenge for the Nation
    Three out of every ten students do not graduate from high school.
    About half of those who graduate are not college- and work-ready.
    Source: EPE 2007; Greene 2002
  • 16. The Choice:
    Be boldly innovative
    Or badly irrelevant
  • 17.
  • 18. Governor Bob Wise
    Alliance for Excellent Education
    www.all4ed.org
  • 19. 10 Elements of High Quality Digital Learning
  • 20. 1. Student Eligibility
    All students are digital learners.
  • 21. 2. Student Access
    All students have access to high quality digital content and online courses.
  • 22. 3.Personalized Learning
    All students can customize their education using digital content through an approved provider.
  • 23. 4. Advancement
    Students progress based on demonstrated competency.
  • 24. 5. Content
    Digital content, instructional materials, and online and blended learning courses are high quality.
  • 25. 6. Instruction
    Digital instruction and online teachers are high quality.
  • 26. 7. Providers
    All students have access to multiple high quality providers.
  • 27. 8. Assessment andAccountability
    Student learning is the metric for evaluating the quality of content and instruction.
  • 28. 9. Funding
    Funding creates incentives for performance, options and innovation.
  • 29. 10. Delivery
    Infrastructure supports digital learning.
  • 30. For More Information:
    Alliance for Excellent Education
    http://www.all4ed.org/
    Foundation for Excellence in Education
    http://www.excelined.org/
    Digital Learning Now!
    http://www.digitallearningnow.com

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