Don't Blame IM for Bad Grammar New research claims that teenagers' use of the shorthand associated with instant messaging is not eroding their verbal and grammar skills in other settings.
Start Early on Technical Competency In an editorial in the San Francisco Chronicle, Dennis M. Bartels, the executive director of the Exploratorium, a science education institution in San Francisco, urges that America start its quest for competitiveness early â€“ as in primary school.
Software to Combat Bullying eCIRCUS, developed by a European research consortium, is designed to tackle the problem of bullying using interactive role-playing software.
Online Marketplace for Teaching Resources TeachersPayTeachers.com is an online marketplace where teachers can find teaching materials and classroom resources created by experts — their fellow teachers.
Solar-Power Wi-Fi A new non-profit, Green Wi-Fi, is dedicated to bringing Internet access to schools in developing countries via inexpensive, solar-powered Wi-Fi networks.