School leaders give practical steps to get students to class on time, turn around school culture, and to improve learning climate in K-12 schools on April 26 and May 4 webinars
Survey of college admissions staff confirms community service can be a tie-breaker in college acceptance. Private schools more likely to count service in admissions.
TeamDynamix survey of K-12 IT leaders finds resources constraints top list. Security concerns second.
intelliVOL releases x2VOL+ for individuals. Volunteer time recorded in x2VOL+ can be reported for college admissions with an Official Service Transcript™, which is also new this year.
Jessica Bobo of ORIGO Education writes in a multi-part blog series about how play supports early learning in mathematics.
Chris Polly says discipline referrals are down 50 percent since his school shifted to actively rewarding students with Hero points for doing the right thing.
Textbooks published by W. W. Norton & Company - roughly 450 published annually - now included in Turnitin database to check for possible content matches.
The right challenge at the right time helps students learn math. Sara Delano Moore discusses strategies.
One in three college instructors report that their students have submitted papers written by someone else. Turnitin will develop a solution to contract cheating.
New features and prompts for Turnitin Revision Assistant. EdTech for writing instruction in social studies and other content areas beyond ELA.
SchoolMint joins Hero K12 platform, reflects investment direction: resources and tools creating stronger relationships between educators and families starting with school choice and enrollment.
Kennewick School District in Washington adopts ORIGO Stepping Stones 2.0 Math program. Cites hand-on exercises and language development.
Pilot study finds middle school students revise essays eleven times and high school students revise seven times when using Revision Assistant from Turnitin.