Boston is in our hearts this week as the fallout of the Boston Marathon bombing unfolds. So as not to interrupt ongoing news updates, we will not be tweeting our weekly news bits today.
Technapex presents “Tweetables,” our roundup of the week’s top #edtech articles that are good enough to tweet. Follow us on Twitter: @Technapex
- @usedgov approved financial aid for @CollforAmerica’s competency-based #highered courses via @teachergreg http://tcrn.ch/11lbCgb
- @BarackObama’s budget plan gives boost to #STEM education through STEM Master
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Teaching Corps via @sciam http://bit.ly/15rT3w6
- Concerns raised about #MOOCs: Amherst rejects partnering with @edXonline via @kheussner http://bit.ly/13wwRRh
- Startup @NovoEd aims to put Stanford courses online while keeping learning social and interactive via @venturebeat http://bit.ly/15aJ8uw
- #Onlineedu provider @HotChalk creates Education Index, quarterly report analyzing #onlineedu via @EdSurge http://bit.ly/12nPHal
- @Bjfr (@EdWeek blogger) likens poor #edtech integration to strapping jet engines to stagecoaches http://bit.ly/13j9eaQ
- @LearnZillion, the platform that features lesson plans aligned with #CommonCore by stellar teachers, raises $7M http://bit.ly/106cIRb