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There is a plentitude of articles on the must have hardware, software, and sites for heading into the fall.
Summertime means budget time for many school districts, which can mean good news or bad news for edtech plans.
ISTE2015 is in full swing and our Tech&Learning live site is bursting with Tweets, posts, and #ISTEselfies.
WithInfocommofficially in the books, the editors ofTech&Learningare pleased to announce the edtech winners of NewBay Media’s Best of Infocomm awards.
With the end of the school year upon us, the most pressing issue for parents these next few weeks will be how to keep the kids from being screen zombies.
Two of the most recognizable brands in education have struck a deal that should have a significant positive impact on how student testing and assessment evolves.
Fortune Magazine posts a piece this morning declaring the Chromebook to be the new King of the classroom as sales of the inexpensive laptops reaches past 7 million units
Asking whether of not technology belongs in a school is akin to questioning whether or not a school should have electricity and running water.
70 percent of educators surveyed said they used both digital and print, however 54 percent said they use digital resources only about one to two hours per day.
While it’s difficult to gauge the overall momentum for protests against standardized testing, the anecdotal evidence jammed the Tech&Learning newsfeed this weekend.