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NASEF and Tallo are combining forces to help students and young professionals build profiles and showcase their STEM skills to colleges and employers.
Students ages 12-17 who get vaccinated are eligible in some states to win a huge prize: a fully-paid college education.
The HSEL and Middle School Esports League are teaming up with education leader NASEF to bring more fun and more opportunities to students.
The Coyotes and NASEF will partner up to help further STEM pathways, create tournaments for students.
The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center amends its enrollment figures and they still aren't positive.
Giving candidates an opportunity to see how a new medium like gaming can work in the classroom brings benefits to them and students.
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.'
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".
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.
Clarksville Montgomery Schools in Tennessee want to get all grades back in person and provide a layer of security for teachers and staff. but a slow rollout from the state is hampering those efforts.