The partnership will allow schools to link their Google account with Vivi to access a greater range of media and cloud integrations.
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VHS Learning has announced enhancements to its course catalog for the 2020-21 school year that will expand Advanced Placement®, core, and elective offerings.
Informable is a media literacy app from the nonprofit News Literacy Project that challenges users to think critically about online content.
On February 27, 1936, Shirley Temple, aged 7, received a contract from 20th Century Fox paying $50,000 per film
Education management platform provider Abre.io will be showcasing its non-traditional method of open-source product development at this year’s TechOlympics
Coding Dojo today announces a partnership with Jewish Family Service and Community Credit Lab to provide free computer programming education for local refugees.
Massachusetts’ Andover Public Schools (APS) announce the selection of Discovery Education Experience to support child-centered learning in K-12 classrooms districtwide.
Wick Editor is a free site where students create animations and games by layering drawings and designs using built-in editing tools.
S.S. Grin does a good job of introducing each character's values and strengths via role playing and storytelling.
A cross-disciplinary collaboration at the University of Delaware has developed a teaching tool to deliver cybersecurity training in classrooms—Zenbo, the social robot.
Win the White House is an iCivics game available on the web and as an iOS or Android app that places students in control of a run for the U.S. presidency.
Cyberchase Shape Quest is a free app focused on shapes and starring characters from PBS Kids' show Cyberchase.
The Future of Privacy Forum today released a new “Student Privacy 101” video series that is designed to help school leaders understand privacy laws and protect sensitive student data.
The schools of award recipients will each receive a prize package valued at over $25,000, which may include a variety of needed donations to their classrooms, STEM toys and activities, school upgrades and enhancements and more.
ISTE CEO Robert Culatta calls for Congress to fund education in the 'bipartisan spirit of the Every Student Succeeds Act.'