CA Schools To Get Technology Windfall The California Department of Education is preparing to distribute more than $400 million that eligible schools can use to purchase computer hardware, software, networking infrastructure, IT services and professional development.
Multitasking Does Hinder Learning New research indicates that students who multitask while learning my have more difficulty retrieving and using what they have learned.
College-District Partnership Benefits Students All Around Lehigh Valley College donated 15 workstations to neighboring Phillipsburg School District and six students from its PC networking program to install them and build a wireless network.
Technical Focus in High School Helps lead Students to Higher Education The National Center for Education Statistics has issued a new report that indicates that the federal policy of encouraging stronger secondaryâ€“postsecondary linkages for high school students who participate in career and technical education (CTE) courses is working.
Drivers Can Now Do E-Mail iLane offers drivers a voice-based interface to access e-mail messages and attachments, phone calls, SMS messages and calendar appointments while driving.