Daily News

1/5/2012

1/5/2012

RelampIt has a number of exciting changes planned for 2012; their 5year anniversary. Beginning the year off strong, RelampIt has completely revitalized their old website.

1/5/2012

A recent Institute of Education Sciences at the U.S. Department of Education report found that Class.com’s Algebra I course administered through its fully accredited online high school, Lincoln National Academy, increased eighth grade students’ algebra skills.

 

1/4/2012

1/4/2012

Looking ahead at some of the education technology trends we’ll likely see in 2012, many are already underway.

1/4/2012

Revolution Prep was given the Bar Association of San Francisco’s (BASF) Outstanding Community Partner Award for their work with the BASF School-To-College program.

1/4/2012

These newly elected and appointed executives from Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) member companies will provide the education technology industry with critical leadership, advocacy and market information in the crucial months and years ahead. 

1/4/2012

Non-profit Children’s Institute, Inc., in cooperation with software developer SophiTEC, Inc., create new company called COMET Informatics, LLC serving children through schools and community-based organizations.

1/4/2012

PLATO Learning introduces new physics, precalculus, and integrated physics and chemistry courses that allow high schools to offer a full 4x4 (four years in four core subject areas) curriculum as part of the PLATO Secondary Academic Library. 

1/4/2012

While school districts years ago used to be able to quietly negotiate an exit for some educators who abused children or committed other serious crimes, school leaders for the past decade have been required to report such allegations to the state Department of Education for potential disciplinary action.

1/4/2012

Lost in the hoopla of the holidays was this bright note: North Carolina won a $69.9 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

1/4/2012

Staying in school really can make you smarter.  A new study from Norway finds that students who remain in school longer than their counterparts have higher IQ scores.

1/4/2012

Students at a New Hampshire charter school got a lesson in politics Tuesday from Republican presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman.

1/4/2012

The new year is bringing new controversy over teaching evolution in public schools, with two bills in New Hampshire seeking to require teachers to teach the theory more as philosophy than science.

1/4/2012

William Polk Carey, who made a fortune in real-estate finance and donated tens of millions of dollars to improve U.S. business schools, has died. He was 81.

1/4/2012

Winter break ended in many school districts around the metro on Tuesday, and many district leaders wondered if the new year would bring in a flood of new students hoping to transfer out of Kansas City, Missouri’s troubled district to the suburbs.

1/4/2012

Teachers who are members of the Connecticut Education Association are putting forth their ideas on helping students achieve.

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