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Blockchain isn’t coming; it’s arrived. ‘This is a monumental shift in the way we approach records in education.’
Robotics can provide students with more engaging and relevant hands-on STEM lessons, compared to traditional modes of instruction.
Keynote speaker Eric Sheninger says districts must be willing to embrace change, technology and a more personalized approach to truly empower students
SAT essay and subject tests are eliminated as COVID drives more colleges and universities to end their reliance on the exams. Will these moves boost equity and access?
Computer science pathways are coming to some of California’s most rural schools as part of a five-year research and innovation project educators hope to replicate in other small districts.
Eliminating the SATs and ACTs would have a marginal impact on making college access more equitable, one expert says.
As the SAT’s influence wanes, colleges and high schools could place more emphasis on students’ performance in AP courses and on AP tests.
The decked-out center for 'inclusive competition' at the Southern University Lab School will host gamers and those with STEM interests.
An organization led by Steve Young and Jerry Rice will be working with the scholastic esports federation on programming for underserved youths.
FETC looks at how educators in three innovative districts innovated to keep students engaged in hands-on, career-focused STEM projects despite the shift to remote instruction.
Public and charter system leaders are extending the reach of great teachers, leveraging co-teaching and creating more flexible, student-centric classrooms