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6/1/2012

6/1/2012

Three Virginia school districts have been selected for a project to help more college-bound students complete a federal financial aid form.

5/31/2012

5/31/2012

Hatch has partnered to align Hatch’s iStartSmart computer learning system with Teaching Strategies GOLD assessment system to enable educators to utilize authentic data from Hatch’s individual child reporting as evidence for each child’s GOLD assessment.

5/31/2012

Crestron introduced its Fusion enterprise management platform, which revolutionizes the way organizations control their building technology.

5/31/2012

NetSupport is pleased to announce the latest update to its Mac and Linux-compatible classroom monitoring and instruction tool, NetSupport Assist.

5/31/2012

National and local education leaders sat around a table Tuesday at the district’s first turnaround school, Brennan-Rogers, and shared ideas about elevating the teaching profession as it relates to education reform.

5/31/2012

 

Oakland County students who are already enrolled in Michigan’s only two cyber charter schools will have more options now that Gov. Rick Snyder has signed into law legislation that allows the number of schools offering all classes on computers to increase to 15 by 2015.

5/31/2012

A year ago, Berkeley school Superintendent Bill Huyett, with the school board's blessing, took about $250,000 out of the district's bank account and placed a bet.

5/31/2012

South Dakota lawmakers who earlier this year urged public schools to provide academic instruction on the Bible may need the patience of Job as they wait for schools to embrace the idea.

5/31/2012

Liberty Public Schools’ superintendent called it a dilemma. A longtime teacher called it a disappointment.

5/31/2012

Some major cities have departed from tradition and hired people who have never been educators as school superintendents, on the theory that their managerial skills will whip public school systems into shape.

5/31/2012

New York Education Commissioner John King says he's ready to restore federal funding to six low-performing schools in Buffalo.

5/31/2012

In the 1990s, the term “digital divide” emerged to describe technology’s haves and have-nots. It inspired many efforts to get the latest computing tools into the hands of all Americans, particularly low-income families.

5/31/2012

A coalition of business leaders says Michigan’s economic future depends on preschool accessibility for children at risk.

5/31/2012

The annual SIIA CODiE Award winners were recently announced, and professional development company School Improvement Network topped the list for Education Technology products.

5/30/2012

5/30/2012

DA columnists Elliot Soloway and Cathleen Norris are experts in education technology, and have traveled the world researching how mobile technologies, particularly smartphones, can be used in K12 education.

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