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Because Mississippi doesn’t offer an elementary school tech curriculum, educators at Madison County Schools developed their own.
NASEF’s Minecraft-Rube Goldberg event is free for students and schools looking to take part in this fun, mind-bending exercise where new technology converges with old-fashioned innovation
A recent survey by Common Sense highlights the feelings of those affected most by district decisions to reopen, either online or in person
The 4C Academy is growing a huge bounty of produce and delivering it to its community in need while learning skills that will prepare them for future roles in the industry
More than 7,300 public and private schools—serving 5.3 million students—now use solar power, and many of the K-12 sustainable energy projects are financed by a third party.
Businesses are looking to K-12 education to provide workers who can be trained and retrained as their industries change.
To eventually start their own companies, students need to learn about every facet of the work environment. Educators can facilitate this with makerspaces, project- and placed-based learning programs, and a strong focus on STEAM.
Teachers should create opportunities for productive struggle where students learn to work independently and manage their time.
Students will need flexibility as they face a future of work that will operate increasingly as a gig economy and—since the COVID outbreak—as a remote economy.
Coding instruction begins in elementary school in California’s Compton USD to prepare students to succeed with STEM technology in the ever-changing high-tech job market.
One district in the Sunshine State has asked players to enter ‘bubble’ to keep its season intact.