The 100k Mentor Challenge matches underserved college students with Fortune 500 mentors to learn about networking and other job-ready skills
Reopening schools continues to be a complicated issue for education leaders, teachers, families, and students
With a full day of engaging discussions on esports and education and the ability to browse the most innovative esports products in the expo hall, you won’t want to miss this free event!
STEM subjects can be dense and difficult for students to engage with, which is why these top STEM apps can make a valuable addition to your STEM teaching toolkit.
Trying to get accurate assessments of students with special needs during remote learning continues to be a big challenge
Moderation in screen time for students and prioritizing active screen time versus passive screen time can make all the difference
Classroom design has been forced to adapt to the needs of remote learners and hybrid teaching approaches
Passionate educator Cornelius Minor challenges his New York City colleagues to create a more inclusive and engaged learning environment
President-elect Joe Biden hasn’t officially been declared the winner yet, but the Biden team is forging ahead with planning for the transition into office in just two months.
Eight different learning formats aim to expand viewpoints and provide an education toolkit with ideas to implement immediately.
Global Game On: How Video Games Promote World Peace & Diplomacy will focus on how digital diplomacy and video games help close divisive gaps around the world.
Virtual conference highlights collaboration, communication, and innovation to help support education for all students
Tech & Learning has extended its deadline for its ISTE 2020 Best of Show Awards to November 28 -- and adds a new "Best of 2020" category
While most markets are reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic, K-12 education has seen the most disruption to its core service model.
Educators and parents now more strongly embracing digital learning, according to the 2020 Speak Up Report from Project Tomorrow
More than 168,000 votes were cast and students selected Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, with 61% of the Student Vote.