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Newly released resources from Education.com are specifically designed to engage students during the Summer Olympics.
How do K-12 educators feel about open educational resources?
The latest guidance released by the Dept. of Education focuses on how the ESSA requires schools to support homeless youth.
San Diego Unified's school board is addressing the issue of the bullying of Muslim students in schools.
How one district has made a commitment to teaching financial literacy.
The latest edition will be begin rolling out next week during the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
This first-of-its-kind report has found that despite being heavily present in the classroom, technology is going largely unused.
It's time to start thinking about the back-to-school transition, which starts with also thinking about community engagement strategies.
Massachusetts has once again been determined to have the best school systems in the country.
Pearson has announced the integration of Pearson Writer with Microsoft Word.
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Reducing behavior that negatively targets students could mean an overall more positive school climate.
Education has lost a profound influence following the death of Seymour Papert at age 88.
Huffington Post CEO and revered leader in media Jared Grusd will be joining educational technology startup Newsela on its board of directors.
California has announced its first initiative to support the Department's #GoOpen campaign.
This new series of resources will help states determine if they should apply to the assessment pilot program outlined by ESSA.
The U.S. Supreme Court's latest ruling has further complicated the Obama administration's May directive on transgender bathroom use in schools.
If your school hasn’t yet gotten on board with or even thought much about the learning opportunities that are made possible through virtual reality technology, this school year might be the year that all of that changes.
This program is using a simple--but effective--approach to reducing absenteeism in schools.