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Utica Community Schools is one of the centers of education paving the way in AR/VR learning experiences in the classroom.
The big stories this week include a NFL star's donation to help support STEM initiatives in minority communities and a district's investment in AR/VR.
A lack of sleep can adversely affect students’ cognitive abilities and emotional behavior, leading some schools to embrace the midday nap.
Level Up Village is the first organization to receive the International Society for Technology in Education's Seal of Alignment thanks to their virtual STEAM enrichment courses.
WE Day in New York celebrates students who are making positive changes in the world today.
States' abilities to accurately measure students' career and college readiness should be a top priority, a new report claims.
Trump’s proposed budget invests in school choice programs, while reducing the DOE’s discretionary budget by 13 percent.
Here are all of the latest happenings in STEM education this week, including Cartoon Network's initiative to promote STEAM.
President Trump's proposed budget is not sitting well with many educators due to the $9 billion in proposed spending cuts to after-school programs, professional development and more.
States are making positive strides in bringing high-speed internet to students at home and in the classrooms.
The Supreme Court ruled that students with disabilities deserve to be provided with education programs that exceed minimal standards.
Read about the latest news in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Kahoot! has reached a milestone of 1 billion players worldwide thanks to their incredible game-based learning platform.
Apple makes a charge back into the education technology market, but will it be enough to overtake Chromebook's dominance?
Ivanka Trump and Betsy DeVos visited the National Air and Space Museum to promote gender equality in STEM.
This new guidebook aims to help science teachers modify instruction and assessments to better align with NGSS.
A new survey reveals teacher skepticism about ESSA's promise to bring about sweeping education reforms.
New analysis shows that engineering is gaining ground in schools that were early adopters of NGSS.
Some states are reexamining their teacher evaluation formulas. 
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