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Bayonne School District Lowers Passing Grade for Students

Passing math class is about to become just a tad easier for some 9,600 Bayonne public school students.

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Some Schools Tell Students to Bring Own Technology

Not so long ago, most school districts had very strict policies: Leave your cellphones and laptops at home.

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Ypsilanti Pushes Back School Start Times to Save $500,000

Students at Ypsilanti Public Schools will start class next week anywhere from 10 to 40 minutes later than last year, a move designed to save the cash-strapped district money.

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Common Sense Media Launches Digital Passport

Based on lessons from Common Sense Media's pioneering K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum, Digital Passport addresses the key issues that kids face online: safety and security, cyberbullying, privacy, responsible cell phone use, and respecting creative work.

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Stoneware Announces Availability of webNetwork 6.1

webNetwork 6.1 is a significant release that provides customers a platform to deliver files, applications and reports whether those resources reside in their private data center, the public cloud or on a local device, and delivers them all through a secure browser-based webDesktop.

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Solutions Products and Short Throw Projectors make learning faster and teaching easier


Find out about the new products designed for compatibility with high performance projectors and for better productivity in your classroom!

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Non-food Ways to Reward Student Achievement


K12 experts explain why food should not be used as a reward or punishment for a child’s behavior.

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New Videos: School Wellness Solutions From Other Districts


Discover solutions for your district. Superintendents discuss fresh ideas about school nutrition and wellness.

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A Running Start for ELLs


Early learning is key, but some states are not making it a priority.

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Some Schools Tell Students to Bring Own Technology

Not so long ago, most school districts had very strict policies: Leave your cellphones and laptops at home.

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