The achievement gap between low- and high-income students is expected to increase by as much as 18% for students from low-income schools by the end of this school year.
Programming will offer age-appropriate content that is aligned to standards and lessons for early childhood education and includes foundational reading skills, literacy, math, social studies, and science.
One resource that educators can consider sharing with families is Scholastic's free Summer Read-A-Palooza program.
The Education Market Association and The Amos Group have developed the online communications platform EDcommunity.
Discovery Education and the National Afterschool Association have launched the Virtual Learning Response Fund.
The cloud-based platform features a graphical simulation of LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot and a CoderZ virtual robot named Ruby.
There are lots of options for teachers to find materials, resources, and activities that will delight your students and that families will love.
Following reports of hackers breaking into lessons with racist, pornographic and harassing interruptions, several large districts are moving away from Zoom.
Christine Weiser of Tech & Learning interviews Ryan Imbriale, Executive Director of Innovative Learning at Baltimore County Public Schools.
A new initiative from LEGO offers new ways to help families stay creative, curious and connected while at home during the Covid-19 pandemic, including:
Common Sense has convened a group of education, media, and tech partners to launch WideOpenSchool.org.
This article explains remote learning and the elements necessary for its success, and includes resources for schools and higher education institutions to get started today.
New options to bring to life the educational experiences of the show in different ways are under consideration.
As schools across the country close in response to the COVID-19 virus, PBS and WGBH Boston have partnered to support distance learning.
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