A look at the nation’s premier environmental sustainability competition for students in grades K-12.
Time To Know's updated platform, DTP 6.1, now supports Windows Internet Explorer 9, Apple Safari 5.1, Apple Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7 operating systems, and all related models.
This city's school board voted Wednesday to shake up the teaching staffs at 17 low-performing public schools, handing Mayor Rahm Emanuel a victory in his battle with the teachers union and highlighting an increasingly aggressive stance on education overhauls by a number of Democratic mayors nationwide.
Based on a recent customer survey by Time To Know, teachers in New York and Texas using the company’s Digital Teaching Platform in their classrooms are satisfied with the program and have seen improvements in student engagement and academic progress.
We asked Michael Peveler of AMX.
Education Commissioner Stefan Pryor Wednesday deflected calls for delaying some of the governor's proposed education reforms, saying the time for reform is now.
With the help of School Improvement Network's PD 360, Humansville R-VI School District in Missouri is experiencing an explosion in student achievement as math test scores have increased by almost half.
Regional Superintendent Gil Morrison called the past few months draining and exhausting.
Electronic tablets could become the device of choice for the American technology crowd.
Crockett Early Childhood Center, of the Crockett (Texas) Independent School District, has partnered with Hatch to bring award-winning technology solutions proven effective in increasing literacy and math outcomes to its pre-K and kindergarten classrooms.
The clock is ticking as the Funding Year 2012 Form 471 filing window closes on March 20.
DA editors attend many national and state conferences around the country to learn the latest about education and ed technology. In early February I spent time at the Texas Computer Education Association Annual Convention and Exposition learning about the latest trends in ed tech.
The governor contends the state is spending about $10,000 per student, which he believes is enough for public education.
This open source tool will support states as they transition to next-generation assessments for the Common Core.