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ePals Launches New Way for Kids to Access Ed Content

ePals Corporation, an education media company and the worlds leading safe social learning network, today announced the release of new interactive magazine apps from its childrens media division, offering kids an exciting new way to interact with content from award-winning, teacher- and parent-recommended Cobblestone & Cricket magazines.

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Follett Helps Districts, Schools Navigate eReader Highway

Follett has sponsored a new website, K12DigitalDecisions.com, a timely and robust resource to help educators and districts navigate the eReader highway and answer the critical question, “Which Comes First ... Content or Device?”

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Virtual Schools Help Some Florida Students Get Ahead

Scattered across Marion County, students of all ages — primarily in middle and high school — are taking online courses for a variety of reasons.

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Three Essential Shifts in Learning

An eighth-grader teaches a course on 21st-century schools.

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End of an Era: Tests, Ratings that Defined N.C. Schools Come to Close

Fifteen years ago, North Carolina rolled out its first “ABCs of Public Education” report, ushering in an era when student test scores shaped the reputation of schools and the communities they serve.

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The Conundrum of Requiring Constant Connectivity for Common Core Testing

A new survey of Louisiana schools reveals a critical issue facing most states nationwide: schools are lacking the technology needed to conduct online testing required by the Common Core State Standards.

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Common Core Testing Online Without Constant Connectivity?

A new survey of Louisiana schools reveals a critical issue facing most states nationwide: schools are lacking the technology needed to conduct online testing required by the Common Core State Standards.
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Social Media and Schools in Florida

While school district officials have wrestled with the issue of whether to set boundaries for teachers and coaches when texting and communicating with students using social media, high school students may have come up with an answer.

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