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Students in all grade levels have been using robotics in the classroom at Fayette County Schools in Kentucky.
10/24/2014

Many districts are charging up their K12 STEM courses with the use of robotics. The clear benefits of robotics are increased student engagement and collaboration—but there’s more.

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At Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, learning technology department members Jason Bihler and David Bassett work on a server with 7,000 wireless access points.
10/23/2014
Katie Kilfoyle Remis
Technology changes the way school districts buy digital resources
The athletic trainer at Kimball High School in Dallas, Texas, helps players on the field during the football team’s opening game. (Photo: Renee Fernandes/NATA)
10/22/2014
Alison DeNisco
How educators can ensure injured athletes keep up with schoolwork
A teacher candidate from the NEA’s San Francisco residency program leads a lesson.
10/21/2014
Alison DeNisco
Residencies allow teachers to spend a full year in a school working with a veteran educator
Education Secretary Arne Duncan addresses a group of educators at the Association of Career and Technical Education at the VISION 2013 conference in Las Vegas.
10/21/2014
Monica Rhor
Vocational education spans criminal justice to robotics to keep pace with today’s workforce

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