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Amazon.com is helping students around the world learn computer science skills through AWS Educate's new offerings.
IBM uses research on the benefits of cognitive learning to develop app that facilitates school-wide personalized learning.
Idaho's PTECH program has announced it is expanding today.
U.S. teachers are working longer, earning less than their peers on an international scale.
The U.S. Education Secretary is the latest to call attention to a growing need for improved civic education on a national level.
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Sandy Hook Promise co-founder Nicole Hockley talks about how schools can be leaders in violence prevention.
A recently announced, nationally broadcast electronic field trip can change the way you teach about Pearl Harbor on its 75th anniversary this year.
A new report urges state leaders to address school funding concerns.
Teaching Tolerance's annual "Mix It Up at Lunch Day" helps schools promote inclusion year-round.
A virtual town hall hosted by the DEA and Discovery Education is designed to prevent against drug use and addiction.
Connecticut residents support immediate improvements to state's education system, poll finds.
A Swedish STEM tool that combines comics and computational thinking is appealing to U.S. classrooms.
Kansas will be working to understand how ACE affects student achievement.
Voters will decide if Oregon will be the first state to allocate funding for outdoor education for all state students.
Dropbox is continuing to expand into education by targeting K-12 schools after partnering with Blackboard Learn.
A group is lobbying for higher wages for early educators in order to help increase access to affordable, quality child care.
U.S. 4th graders and 8th graders have improved their science skills, new assessment results indicate.
New research finds yet again that teacher perceptions may contribute to the STEM gender gap.
Clinton is expected to announce an anti-bullying proposal today.

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