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A roundup of K12 educators who offer practical advice and tips for using technology to enhance learning.
Educators and groups such as the National Science Teachers Association offer tips for teaching phenomena-based science lessons.
As humankind marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing and launches unmanned Mars missions, school districts continue to blaze trails in teaching space exploration.
Schad joins District Administration as chief information and innovation officer.
A quick resource guide to crafting K12 school district policies for Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and more.
Three recently published books of interest for K12 CIOs.
Looking back at the most recent Future of Education Technology Conference in January.
Exposure to the “how” and “why” of science can help prepare aspiring scientists for the rigors of independent inquiry.
South Carolina legislators have crafted an education bill that addresses school consolidation, increasing teacher pay, developing K-4 education, preparing students for the workforce, and increasing access to technical schools.
Denver Public Schools apologizes for letter reportedly sent by an HR official to a school that said striking teachers on visas could be reported to immigration.
Verizon announced they won’t be charging fees for teachers, students and families in kindergarten through grade 12 using the “Remind” app for educational purposes.
Former English language learners—including immigrant students—had among the highest high school graduation rates in Oregon, while statewide the rate increased by 2 percent, reaching closer to the national average.
After saying it could take three years to test the drinking water at every school in Vermont for lead, the Department of Health now says it will finish testing by the end of the year.
The strike showcased unions’ strategy of advocating not just for their members but also for better resources for schools.
California is trying to support young children by providing more mental health assistance to their teachers.
An emerging concept called phenomena-based learning—backed by the NGSS—taps into students’ natural desire to make sense of the world around them.
Phenomena-based science curricula must include all three learning dimensions working together simultaneously.
The Handle With Care program is providing alerts to educators regarding students who have recently been exposed to trauma.
Libby Schaaf, mayor of Oakland, established in January the Oakland Promise, a project with more than 100 community partners working to triple the number of the city’s low-income, public school […]
With the ever-increasing reach of technology and the corresponding growth of STEAM-related curricula, it is challenging to find the right tools to help bring such concepts into the classroom in […]