K12 Headlines

10/1/2012

10/1/2012

Imagine experiencing the anxieties and adjustments of the first day of school several times during one school year.

10/1/2012

The Washington State Board of Education wants schools to get rid of Native American mascots.

10/1/2012

Enrollment in online schools in Ohio has passed 30,000, more than 12 times the number in 2000 when the first "virtual" school opened in the state.

10/1/2012

If Wausau School District’s first-year iPad experience is anything like Marathon Venture Academy’s was last school year, educators can expect about 1 in 5 of the devices to break.

10/1/2012

 As a rapidly growing number of educators turn to Apple’s iPad to support instruction, Netop today introduced Netop Vision Mobile, a new app for iPad classroom management.

10/1/2012

The situation in Lafayette Parish schools isn't as bad as officials had initially reported — depending to which numbers you go by.

10/1/2012

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. believed that “unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality.”

10/1/2012

The end of the Chicago teachers' strike was but a temporary regional truce in the civil war that plagues the nation's public schools.

10/1/2012

It's a simple question, yet it's one Tricia Keith finds herself dealing with every day as a part of her job.

9/28/2012

9/28/2012

GuideK12 has chosen the BLEgroup to gain valuable insight on product development, pilot program implementation and district trends by leveraging the BLEgroup’s platform. 

9/28/2012

Flagship New York City campus of new independent school finds its audio book solution for individualized mobile learning.

9/28/2012

The program provides structured, sequential, scaffolded instruction in the five areas of reading for students of all abilities in grades pre-K–5.

9/28/2012

Beginning in October, the Association of Educational Publishers (AEP) will kick off Easy Access and Search for Education (EASE), a month-long campaign that aims to raise awareness about the negative effects of information overload on educators’ and students’ online search experiences.

9/27/2012

9/27/2012

As a company committed to raising enthusiasm for STEM and addressing the technology gap in classrooms, Samsung created Solve for Tomorrow in 2010 to promote STEM education as a way to foster sustainable innovations and an environmentally-aware society.

9/27/2012

The Green Apple initiative will raise public awareness around the importance of educating our students in healthy, safe and efficient places that enhance learning. 

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