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One-to-one computing hasn’t been an approach that many districts use simply because its cost can be hard for schools to manage. Recently, a West Virginia state...
With the boom of the EdTech industry and the influx of digital educational tools, any have wondered if such tools will effect the prominent role of the teacher...
Lavanya and Melissa Jawaharlal are the founders of STEM Center USA, a company created to help foster STEM learning and find innovative ways to make STEM...
After launching an educational version, Minecraft has more than solidified itself as a valuable educational resource that more and more teachers are using in...
Tenth grade world history teacher Marcy Rosner admits that there’s a lot she has to balance in her day-to-day teaching routine. All in a day’s work, teachers...
The Cabrillo Unified School District in Half Moon Bay California has begun experimenting with a new computer science program. The district joins many districts...
Barbara Dianis, author of “Grade Transformer for the Modern Student,” had to help herself learn with dyslexia at a time when there weren’t many resources for...
Arlington, Massachusetts-based English Central has taken online chats into the ELL elearning space with their new platform that helps non-native speakers learn...
Another leading tech company is running the EdTech race as Oracle announces that it will be building a high school campus. “Set to be completed in...
There is no question that technology in the classroom has its benefits. However, in order to eliminate wasting money on devices that don’t suit the needs of...
In a world of intense educational reform, teachers have the immense responsibility of keeping up with the latest and greatest movements happening across the...
  This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), Rosie the Riveter helps a state build STEM momentum for girls, ESPN opens its campus to STEAM...
With a seemingly crowded education technology industry, Google continues its dominance as it has amassed over 50 million teachers and student Google Apps for...
According to Dr. Jackie Gerstein in a post for It’s About Time, there are several reasons contributing to the “perfect storm” that is allowing for the boom of...
How to Make the Best of Open Educational Resources for K-12 Find out why and how you should be using Open Educational Resources in your K-12...
Student Information Systems (SIS) are becoming more popular among districts nationwide. They are used to manage student data and performance and one...
Many experts are in favor of the textbook going digital to both save money and lessen the likelihood of students using outdated resources. Expanding on the...
A report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) analyzes why most eighth grade students in the U.S. fall below proficient in geography....
According to a new survey, technology in K-8 classrooms is increasing. The survey was conducted by Front Row Education, Inc., a company that specializing in...
A study from The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and edtech company Hobsons has found that many high schools are increasingly...

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