Three dimensions of digital equity need to be addressed to successfully support learning
Leaders from New York City’s school libraries shared tips for helping students conduct research in an increasingly difficult to navigate digital world
One resource that educators can consider sharing with families is Scholastic's free Summer Read-A-Palooza program.
Not only can students create stories about any topic, but they also have the opportunity to be published authors which motivates many to continue reading and writing.
Creating accessible content is not only important because it is the right thing to do. It is also important because not doing so leaves institutions and businesses at risk for lawsuits and loss of funding.
From inconsistent homework policies to a perceived lack of empathy and understanding from their teachers, the students were coming at the digital equity issue from a whole different angle.
A dynamic project should have a balance of static and interactive elements as well as individual work and cooperation.
Eight million students from 17,000 districts and schools have the opportunity to access digital books through Sora, the new student reading app from OverDrive Education.
The nonprofit Center for Cyber Safety and Education announces its partnership with AWE Acquisition, Inc.
Epic! digital reading platform today announced that it is now reaching more than 10 million children and over 500 million books have been read on the platform since launch.
element14.com, the online community for engineers, has donated 250 micro:bit devices to support coding in the classroom.
NLP will provide resources from multiple perspectives for cross-curricular, inquiry-based literacy assignments focused on social studies and science