K-12 teachers can turn to interactive, standards-aligned programs to support remote learning
Common Sense has convened a group of education, media, and tech partners to launch WideOpenSchool.org.
As schools across the country close in response to the COVID-19 virus, PBS and WGBH Boston have partnered to support distance learning.
Funding Will Help Support the Purchase of 50,000 Chromebooks by The Philadelphia School District for Online Learning
Amazon Future Engineer will provide free online access to sponsored computer science courses in the US
Content-integration platform Symbaloo today announced that it is offering its PRO version to all educators at no cost for the duration of the school closings caused by the coronavirus.
The Discovery Education Virtual Conference or VirtCon will be held this week on Thursday, March 26 and Friday, March 27 between 10AM Eastern and 3PM Eastern.
The National Constitution Center is launching a free eight-week series of daily live interactive courses on the Constitution for middle school, high school, and college students.
Follett is partnering with Weigl Publishers, Inc. to offer Lightbox and AV2 World Languages free of charge to schools worldwide through June 30
The collection of resources is designed to help teachers develop and deliver remote lessons to students homebound due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Common Sense has launched two new webpages compiling extensive resources for educators and parents with best practices for learning at home, keeping kids supervised and more.
Today, GitHub announced two new features, the GitHub Teacher Toolkit and autograding for GitHub Classroom.
The Association for Computing Machinery and the Computer Science Teachers Association announced four high school students were selected for the Cutler-Bell Prize
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