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What equity-driven school improvement looks like in Mount Vernon, New York: themed high schools, full prekindergarten, revamped middle school and health care.
An artist’s touch has helped the first-year program excel through promoting, marketing, and educating. And it’s doing well on the gaming side, too, with a national champion.
For Laylah Bulman of the Florida Scholastic Esports League, seeing the impact that gaming had on students – from their excitement to their development – was the moment when everything clicked.
NASEF’s Scholastic Fellows program consists of top education leaders who serve students interested in competitive video gaming.
From grant to launch, Academic Esports Conference speakers Jane Whitaker and Laurie Boyer present how gaming is inspiring dreams at Fort Pierce Westwood Academy.
Students might not be receiving quality career technical education during school closures, which would negatively impact their college and career readiness upon graduation.
Working toward common goals as a "giant team" while providing safe, inclusive and engaging activities should be the mission, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.
With the help of his students, Hubert Ham put esports on the map at Alexander Dawson School. It came with a worthwhile price: learning, not just playing.
Here are four K-12 districts being honored as Districts of Distinction runners-up for incorporating education technology in professional learning and in the classroom.
The three-day Academic Esports Conference features nearly 60 sessions with academic and esports experts who will address needs at both K-12 and higher education and offer strategies, guidance and best practices.
One middle school’s journey from concept to implementation offers a familiar refrain: "Esports teaches students? When can I sign up?"