APRIL 22, 2014
Today the Wall Street Journal released an op-ed from Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and Executive Director Jeff Curley highlighting the tension between "old and new". "Learning can happen anytime, anywhere..." (Justice O'Connor, WSJ 4/22/14) and technology provides avenues to solidify each student's understanding of foundational documents.
On March 5th, the College Board announced the redesign of the SAT® exam in 2016 including civics-based reading and writing passages. The article highlights this change, along with the necessity to peak student interest through the continued marriage of "old" knowledge and principles with new innovative technologies.
Check out the full story here: