November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and there are plenty of ways to have your class participate and learn in the process.
School cyberattacks are increasing, particularly ransomware attacks. The FBI has advice for keeping your school safe.
Juan Felipe Herrera will be the keynote speaker at NYC DOE’s Beyond Access Forum: Moving Forward Together on November 2. He shared highlights from the speech and tips for educators on pushing the boundaries of what poetry can be.
Undergraduate and graduate students with IT-related majors are eligible for the Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship.
Between mid-July and the end of August, schools in Arizona without mask requirements were much more likely to be the site of a COVID outbreak.
Microsoft Immersive Reader can help students with reading and comprehension by reading to them and highlighting specific words.
Schools that employ a year-round or balanced calendar hope to limit learning loss and provide more resources and one-on-one attention for students.
The COVID-19 School Data Hub has been launched by a team headed by Brown University economics professor Emily Oster to help answer questions about the pandemic’s impact on learning loss
Discovery Education has partnered with Amazon Web Services to enhance its platform with machine learning. It’s one of many ways machine learning is being used in K-12 today.
Saliva COVID tests are inexpensive, fast, and less cumbersome than nasal swabs, say spit test enthusiasts.
Chatbots, or digital AI assistants, are increasingly being used in K-12 as an equitable intervention to promote student engagement and retention
Equitable edtech, individualized learning, and innovation will be among the focuses of a new collaborative at the University of California, Irvine formed to research technology's potential in childhood learning.
Research suggests encouraging students to fail productively can help them learn new skills more efficiently.
For years, research has shown that students learn more through active learning than from passive traditional lecture, but the old habit is hard to break.
Holding ESOL students to high standards while providing them with a culturally responsive education is crucial.
Geoscientists Without Borders works with researchers and their students globally to help solve humanitarian crises.
Despite its challenges, remote learning has changed in-person learning for the better, says one Kansas City educator.
A recent online summit brought students together to teach educators to promote equity in part by listening to their students.
More than 180,000 children have caught COVID over the past month, but the risk of severe disease appears to still be rare.