Our inaugural White Paper series concern various K-16 perspectives in educational leadership and policy, particularly focusing on access and success from a K-16 perspective. While KEPR Center resists using a fixed definition of “K-16,” we aimed to solicit papers that will push understandings of what “K-16” might mean within and across issues of access and success. We hope that these papers will be an important addition to our emerging K-16 conversations.
Interdisciplinary Collaboration for College Access and Success in an Age of Technological Innovation (2012-08-15)As games and social media gain traction as viable tools for K-16 educators, the need for collaboration among educators, researchers and game designers grows. In this white paper, the authors undertake an analysis of the ...