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Researchers at the University of Central Florida note the importance of the two mitigating strategies over space between individuals during COVID-19 pandemic.
The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center amends its enrollment figures and they still aren’t positive.
The new U.S. Secretary of Education, addressing panelists and guests at Ed Fest, says there is a lot of work to be done but ‘I can support you. I can guide you.’
NASEF and NACE are combining their resources to help further build the pipeline to STEM pathways for interested gamers from high schools to higher education.
Keynote speaker Eric Sheninger says districts must be willing to embrace change, technology and a more personalized approach to truly empower students
The decked-out center for ‘inclusive competition’ at the Southern University Lab School will host gamers and those with STEM interests.
Educators can lean on this guidance and these items made for student learning, even in remote environments, to help promote this February’s theme of “representation, identity and diversity”.
An organization led by Steve Young and Jerry Rice will be working with the scholastic esports federation on programming for underserved youths.
District Administration’s CIO answers five gut-check questions to help administrators and technology officers prevent future cyberattacks.
From room selection to Power Point possibilities, the videoconferencing platform is ever-evolving.
States such as Ohio are prioritizing school personnel to be vaccinated, while many are not despite wanting them to return for in-person instruction.
The education software company releases key statistics on reading and math progress at FETC and provides solutions to educators to help them meet their goals.
FETC speakers Angelica Casillas-Wortham and Tina Cole from Istation share important insight on how educators can boost energy for themselves and those they teach.
Though numbers improved during the fall, there are still large gaps that exist for remote learners that only federal funding may fix, experts say.
From enhancements to its iPads to changes it made in upgrading its operating systems for MACs, the company continues to set the bar high for educators and students.