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Steven Blackburn


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An increasing number of educators use augmented and virtual reality experiences—including trips to space—to teach scientific concepts, as online and digital curricula continue to guide classroom instruction.
K12 schools in Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia select new products and services to boost student learning, maximize efficiency and increase safety.
Susana Cordova, Superintendent, Denver Public Schools
FINLAND EDUCATION—Students at this high school in Jyvaskyla, Finland, spend only about 20 hours in class per week and get less homework than their American counterparts, yet consistently post higher scores on international PISA tests. (Photo: Kevin Oliver, CC BY-NC-ND)
K12 schools in New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, Washington, Texas, Pennsylvania and Oklahoma select new products and services for PD, online learning, assessments, social-emotional learning, cultural programs and music education.
Prior to becoming the state’s top education official, Carolyn Stanford Taylor oversaw Wisconsin’s Division of Learning Support, a branch responsible for special education.
IMMEDIATE AND FUTURE SUCCESS—STEM Academy students—a majority of whom live in low-income homes and half of whom are ELLs—have taken internships at places such as Massachusetts General Hospital while other students have created a toiletry organizer business. The school plans to offer career pathways in computer programming, engineering, graphic design and health.