Good evening sports fans. Business got in the way of my customary morning edition. We will see how this evening edition works out.
Be careful what you wish for: Haverford U commencement speaker blasts students who forced previously-scheduled speaker to withdraw (AP, Delaware News Network)
Brown at 60: just how much has changed in the past 60 years? (ABC News)
Personalized learning: Michael B. Horn defends personalized learning and in the process makes a strong case that we all need to agree what it (and so many other terms) is (are) (Forbes)
Tablets: devices are falling short in higher education as they aren’t meant for research and report writing. (Beta News) when I am on a university campus, I see a lot of reading on tablets but very little typing. Related: tablets take swipe at status quo (Washington Post) note that it’s a middle school they’re talking about.
Career Tech: one student’s passion (digital design) kept him in school (NPR State Impact)
Common Core: opposition in New Hampshire on grounds they are inadequate (Concord Monitor)
Online publishing: how third-party trackers harm content providers and give you a less-than-satisfying expereince (Digital Daily)
BONUS LINK: video presentation on the Brown v. Board of Education decision (YouTube)