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Here's how Delaware and Nevada are providing all students with access to diverse digital book collections and amping up professional development.
FETC keynote speaker Eric Curts teaches educators how to use edtech in a meaningful (and fun) way.
Numbers plummeted from October 2020 through early March as uncertainty over coronavirus and financial hardships impacted families
Administrators launch initiatives to maximize online learning, even if its no longer as essential as it was in the COVID-disrupted 2020-21 school year.
New research provides some of the first empirical evidence of the social, emotional, and academic “thriving gap” between in-person and remote high school students during COVID.
Having students debunk a conspiracy theory will help them develop healthy skepticism toward the avalanche of information they come across on the internet, cable television and other sources
Demand for high-quality supplemental materials to customize makes it imperative for district leaders to expand their understanding of copyright to address licensing challenges.
Critical race theory is not a divisive concept that teaches that all white people are oppressors, says a law professor who helped define CRT decades ago.
The French startup PowerZ has raised millions to build a combination video game and edtech tool.
The COVID-driven shift online, and subsequent learning losses in math, exposed some of the critical flaws in how the subject has traditionally been taught, researchers say.
With specialized support and administrative collaboration, deaf and hard of hearing children in mainstream schools can meet their academic, social and developmental milestones along the way.
Though online learning hit some speedbumps during COVID, educators know it has vast transformative potential beyond a stop-gap response to a historic crisis.