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Innovation Fund to Reward Creative Indiana School Programs

Schools and nonprofit groups that want to try or expand a creative or novel education program can now compete for funding from a new state Innovation Fund that is set to distribute $5 million over the next two years.

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Steve Jobs: Student, Teacher and Leader in Revolutionizing Education and Technology

In a time of educational debate and shuffling nationwide, a college dropout, businessman and paragon of technological innovation emerged as an inadvertent, but forceful, momentum for an educational revolution around the world.

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Microsoft Recognizes Schools for Innovation in Teaching

Today is World Teachers’ Day, and Microsoft is recognizing 82 schools, including Highland Tech High in Alaska, from around the world for their efforts to better educate children.

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The Kindle Fire Will Enable the Next Generation of 1:1 Education Apps

The much-anticipated, Android-based Kindle Fire, however, is finally the tablet for 1:1 use in schools.

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Idaho to Take Comments on Online Education Rule

A plan to make Idaho the first state to require students to take at least two credits online will officially go before the public for comment next week.

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Early College High Schools

A rigorous academic approach combined with the opportunity to save time and money is a powerful motivator for at-risk students.

The Launch of District CIO

District CIO will cover issues of special interest to all senior district-level executives from a CIO perspective.

Establishing a Technological Culture

Debbie Rice, Director of Technology, Auburn (Ala.) City Schools

Learning in the Age of Mobilism

The United States risks falling behind countries like Korea in this new era.