KA Lite | Foundation for Learning Equality

Alex Lizzappi’s insight: KA Lite is open-source software that mimics the online experience of Khan Academy for offline situations. Running KA Lite as a local server, you can watch Khan Academy videos, do Khan exercises, and track student progress — all without needing an Internet connection!

New Influx of Haitians

New Influx of Haitians, but Not Who Was Expected – Miami JAN. 15, 2011 Last year after the earthquake in Haiti, Alberto M. Carvalho, superintendent of the Miami-Dade schools — the fourth-biggest district in the nation, with 345,000 students — expected to enroll thousands and thousands of survivors arriving from the devastated country. He …

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A School Fights for Life in Battered Haiti

Caroline Begein, 15, center, prayed with other students at the nonpublic Collège Classique Féminin in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. CreditMichael Appleton for The New York Times PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — In mid-October, when fresh-faced girls in starched uniforms skipped through the gates of the Collège Classique Féminin to start the first post-earthquake school year, their desire to seek …

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