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It’s been a U.S. focus over the past decade and increasingly so in the past few years to encourage young people’s interest in Science, Technology, Engineering...
Despite a clear national goal of increasing focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Math and Engineering), many STEM advocates are wary about funding changes made...
Just because school’s out for the summer doesn’t mean learning should stop, too, especially since continued learning can help counteract that dreaded summer...
As recruitment season enters full-swing, many cities and districts are putting forth their best efforts to recruit non-white teachers to their school systems...
President Obama has declared June 17-23 the National Week of Making, a move that has showed that the maker movement is more than just a fad and is indeed here...
If your school has plenty of aging computers, but no room in the budget to replace them, Samsung Business Insider has a suggestion: covert them into...
Since the 1970s, Buffalo, New York has incentivized its teachers with a stipulation that the district will cover plastic surgery costs, including procedures...
An interesting study from an Australian task force comprised of education experts has found that the country’s teachers aren’t all on board to teach Science,...
First-grade teacher Melissa Hunt wrote a post today for ASCD SmartBrief to share with fellow educators how she was able to purchase the latest edtech for her...
A new study from the University of Texas at Austin has found that students who are exposed to science research in the early stages of college are more likely...
A new report from Research and Markets took a look at the projected growth of classroom wearable technology in the U.S. classroom over the next four years and...
A recently released report from the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation found that computer science is only offered in a fraction of U.S....
Veteran and now-retired educator Deb Austin Brown recently wrote a post for the Charelston Gazette-Mail about having the answer to what’s desperately missing...
  The time to discuss the dreaded summer brain drain is upon us. Everyone knows now that even when school’s out for the summer, it’s important for kids to...
This week in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math news, a new release from -DonorsChoose.org, FIRST® and News Corp announced that their partnership in...
Certain studies have revealed that though kids these days are called “digital natives” because they have lived their whole lives surrounded by technology, many...
The fourth annual technology survey from the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) has revealed some interesting trends regarding technology after surveying...
An app that lets teachers talk to parents at any time has raised $2.3 million in funding to continue building its platform, The Seattle Times said. ...
If you’ve been paying close attention to the latest and greatest apps, software, and web-based programs that support teachers in the classroom, you’ll notice a...
We really, really want to know if all that technology we’re investing in for today’s schools is going to actually improve student learning, and we definitely...

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