- Technology Gap Hitting Schools in the Middle
Middle class schools across Florida find themselves facing a technology gap, neither poor enough to qualify for federal dollars or attract foundation grants nor rich enough to use their own resources to stay ahead of the technology curve.
- Google To Offer Video from the National Archives
Google has entered a partnership with the National Archives to digitize historical footage in the Archivesâ€™ collection and make it available for Internet viewing and downloading.
- Grants Encourage Technology Use
The Bellingham (MA) school district is offering its teachers small grants of up to $500 to test various software programs in their classrooms. Learn more.
- District Integrates Instruction with eCampus
Michiganâ€™s Southgate Community School District has launched a new computer-based program that enables students to study, discuss the material, communicate with teachers and take exams.
- Better Food with Tilling
Tilling — targeting induced local lesions in genomes — uses reverse genetics to pinpoint mutations that might enhance nutritional value or eliminate allergens.