New Book: Education Reform for the Digital Era by the Fordham Institute

The Fordham Institute recently compiled a series of previously released papers by thought leaders into a free book titled “Education Reform for the Digital Era.” In keeping with the digital theme, they make it available in a variety of digital formats for e-readers like the Kindle, Nook and iPad.

The book includes the following chapters:

Introduction, by Chester E. Finn, Jr. and Daniela Fairchild

Chapter One: “Teachers in the Age of Digital Instruction,” by Bryan C. Hassel and Emily Ayscue Hassel

Chapter Two: “Quality Control in K-12 Digital Learning: Three (Imperfect) Solutions,” by Frederick M. Hess

Chapter Three: “The Costs of Online Learning,” Tamara Butler Battaglino, Matt Haldeman, and Eleanor Laurans

Chapter Four: “School Finance in the Digital-Learning Era,” by Paul T. Hill

Chapter Five: “Overcoming the Governance Challenge in K-12 Online Learning,” by John E. Chubb

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