MEDL Mobile, Inc. (OTCBB:MEDL) -- a pioneer in the creation, development, marketing and monetization of mobile apps -- and Marlee Matlin, Academy Award(C)-winning actress, announce the release of "Marlee Signs," an educational app to learn to express yourself in American Sign Language.
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Turnitin, the leader in originality checking and online grading, today announced the results of a new study analyzing instructor feedback on 2,093,396 student papers submitted through GradeMark, the Turnitin online grading tool.
The Miami Herald is reporting that the Florida Department of Education has decided to assess public school student achievement based on an individual student’s race and/or ethnicity.
This year, 14 teachers are being moved to other schools, a process known as "consolidation," because fewer students enrolled in a particular school than the district expected, the Oakland school district has reported.
Nashville school officials say they've discussed a partial hiring freeze if the state goes through with plans to withhold $3.4 million from the district after its rejection of a charter school proposal.
Like most of Louisiana, Rapides Parish voters will decide Nov. 6 whether to limit school board members to three terms.
The state of Texas is headed back to court this month for the latest round in a never-ending battle over public school finance. This time hundreds of public school districts, some charter schools, and a group of parents are challenging the state's method of funding our schools, alleging it is inadequate and inequitable.
Washington state’s education system must change in big ways — and it will, partly by stick and potentially by choice.
So far the results are promising: Rocketship students score among the top performers on standardized tests.
A unique North Carolina law requires county elections officials to hold voter registration drives on high school campuses each year – even before students are of legal age to vote.
Only about 13% of Hispanic 25- to 29-year-olds complete at least a bachelor's degree, compared with 39% for whites in the same age group and 53% for Asians, according to the Pew Hispanic Center.
Epson, the number-one selling projector brand worldwide, demonstrates its ongoing commitment to providing schools with projection solutions at a low total cost of ownership, by announcing new lower prices for K-12 education-focused projector replacement lamps.
The New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame has selected Scientific Learning Corp. (Nasdaq:SCIL) co-founder Dr. Paula Tallal to receive an Inventor of the Year Award.