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LEGO Education announced this week WeDo 2.0, "a hands-on science solution designed for elementary classrooms using a robot-based learning system.” Built using...
Check out this week’s latest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math news, it might just get you a new 3D printer.  New Matter Announces $200,...
In a year where many more tech mergers could come, Frontline Technologies has been proactive in acquiring Teachscape, Inc. Frontline will be acquiring company...
EdTech Roundup: Educational Technology Highlights From 2015  Technology in education is one of the biggest talking points when it comes to predicting the...
2,000 volunteers helped last week to renovate a school not used in four years to act as temporary school for elementary school students in Red Oak, Texas after...
Last year, the Commissioner of Education moved to establish a temporary Online Learning Advisory Council to make recommendations and issue guidance on blended...
Exploring Alternative Teaching and Reform Many parents are now enrolling their children into alternative learning programs and classes...
If you are tech-savvy K-12 educator, you may very well qualify to be one of PBS LearningMedia’s Digital innovators this year. PBS announced its fourth annual...
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) learning continued to dominate the education conversation since its first introduction in the early 2000s....
Today, The Atlantic took a look at education in 2015 through various charts, graphs and videos that help visualize the issues that mattered this year-...
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As the year comes to a close, Education World reflects on the top ten stories in education from 2015.    1. The No Child Left Behind Act is Finally...
Social media has become a simple and effective means for individuals and workplaces to communicate these days, and schools are not exempt. MiddleWeb...
Education World Resource Roundup: The Holidays With EdWorld Happy holidays from Education World. As a present to you, we’ve compiled our best...
A survey conducted by TES Global and the Jefferson Education Accelerator of 4,300 teachers has revealed that a majority of teachers would like to have more say...
Tom King, regional sales manager for Skyward, has worked with over 100 district customers in a diverse K-12 landscape over the past 10 years.   Working...
Analysis from Brookings Nonresident Senior Fellow John, T. Bruer indicates that on the subject of using science to improve education, research is more...
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news, some criticize an over-emphasis on math, one public school unveils a one-of-a-kind STEM...
With the increased reliance on technology in school, the need for internet access at home also increased. Unfortunately, many students do not have this luxury...
As the debate continues about how to properly discipline students so as to not disrupt their learning while also not disrupting the classroom, one middle...

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