If response to our feature on adaptive learning is any indication, the technology is among the hottest in the field of education right now. Meanwhile, Harvard announced a plan to hopefully encourage more low-income students to apply to elite universities—not just its own—and for-profit Dade Medical College's CEO resigned amid controversy.
Be sure to check out our features on 9 new books for educators and key features of OSX Mavericks in this week's most read Education Dive posts!
- Adaptive learning: The best approaches we've seen so far: Ed tech's hottest trend is impacting how students learn from K-12 to higher ed, and these companies are at the forefront.
- 9 new books educators need to know about: From online learning to the Common Core standards, there's something new for educators at all levels on bookshelves in coming months.
- 2 reasons OSX Mavericks matters to educators: The free upgrade brings popular mobile features to Apple's desktops and laptops—and even more freebies.
- Harvard announces plan to draw low-income students to elite schools: The university says the initiative is meant to attract students not just to Harvard, but to other schools too.
- Dade Medical College CEO resigns, faces criminal charges: Amid backlash, Ernesto Perez has stepped down from the for-profit school he founded.
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