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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Many experts are in favor of the textbook going digital to both save money and lessen the likelihood of students using outdated resources.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...
If you’ve been following the current presidential campaigns, when it comes to education, you’re likely to hear a lot of candidates support increasing "...
In this installment of TechChat, Education World talks to MobyMax’s CEO Glynn Willett. A co-founder with his son Wade Willett, the two are aiming to provide a...
It might seem highly futuristic and pretty hard to believe be a little robot by the name of Sphero has already been making an impact in the classroom. If you...
Game developers all over the country are working to align some educational games to Common Core State Standards, while educators and video game makers are...
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Math and Engineering) news, the White House hosts its annual Astronomy Night to a variety of special guests, a new...
A handful of Stanford researchers have analyzed the value of online courses- specifically MOOCs (massive open online courses)- and have concluded that while...
This season is proving to be one of the deadliest for high school football after a sixth high school football player died from injuries sustained during...
The Center for Integrating Computing and STEM Education located at the University of California in Davis is presenting the C-STEM Studio, a program to help...
When teachers can update parents on issues in the classroom and provide paperwork backups quickly and easily, everyone is happy and class runs more smoothly....
Graduation Alliance has released a white paper revealing significant economic benefits to helping working-age adults achieve a high school diploma. Considering...
The teacher is the influence, the enforcer, the coach and the inspiration for students. However, with the implementation of new technology, they’ve now had to...
Girls Who Code (GWC) has announced the formation of an alumni network for graduates of Girls Who Code programs to ensure job opportunities for women in tech...
"Today libraries are less about what we have than what we can do with and for our patrons," American Library Association (ALA) President Sari Feldman said....

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