A new report by Tyton Partners provides an alternative lens through which to examine California Governor Jerry Brown’s proposal to develop an online community college and an interesting model framework for analyzing macro educational policy issues in general.
"Policy" covers legislation and regulation that impact technology enabled education initiatives.
We have a better understanding of UC Berkeley’s decision to remove free video lecture captures in response to an accessibility suit. Less so on Caroline Hoxby’s problematic paper on the ROI of online learning.
This is an interesting model for transparency in government, with some good data on public education expenditures as a bonus.
The news headlines sounded terrible. The truth is more complicated.
Two good pieces in Inside Higher Ed look into Caroline Hoxby’s controversial NBER report. Neither of them is vindicating.