Thursday, October 21, 2004

The TappedIn newsletter for October is now available online. Learn more about how you can become part of this online learning community. Tapped In - October 2004 News

I just bought a 200 GIGABYTE hard drive the other day at Staples. I reminisced with my husband about the day I got a 700 MB hard drive several years ago. Now all that fits on one CD! We are part of a living history that is being captured at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. This article talks about the museum's recent induction as fellows: Computing pioneers get historical nod | Tech News on ZDNet

Wednesday, October 13, 2004

From, an interactive look at the two candidates' views on education, divided by topic. election_04_3

Monday, October 11, 2004

From Education Week (free registration required), a report on Leadership and Learning that focuses on the roles of the principal:Leading for Learning

Wednesday, October 06, 2004

So what did you learn in college? Take this test and find out! An interesting approach to assessing a college education: (Free registration required) How to Measure What You Learned in College (

A new report says that Virginia has one of the largest funding gaps between poor and rich school districts. (Free registration required) Va. Faulted for Funding Gap Between Rich, Poor Schools (

Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Don't miss this article about No Child Left Behind from Education Week Online (free registration required). It gives an excellent, concise history of the legislation including funding and opposition: