Tech and Learning recently sponsored a leadership event in Denver on Bridging the Equity Gap. For me, the learning and inspirational message went beyond the topic and technology.
At the start of the 2017 school year, West Broward began a school-wide initiative with the aim to increase learning gains by 3% as compared to the previous year for the lowest quartile students.
CRCC is an eight-week virtual coding competition in that provides students and educators the opportunity to build STEM related skills using a cloud-based simulation platform featuring a virtual, 3D animated robot.
Hundreds of classrooms in Beaufort County will be outfitted with Boxlight’s interactive technologies in order to foster next-generation teaching and learning spaces.
Opponents of facial recognition software point to their concern that not enough concern is being paid to the privacy risks of students.
For many educators, using technology to achieve individualized learning experiences where students move at their own pace is the ultimate goal of the SAMR model.
5,400 low-income subscribers in the Chicago area and downstate will no longer receive the monthly Lifeline credit on their landline bills as of November
With jobs in the trades going begging, Janesville (WI) Superintendent Steve Pophal says more people need to consider the value of certifications and two-year technical degrees.
This invitation-only event focused on sharing and learning about the many innovative solutions that district leaders are creating to close the digital equity divide.
Some schools are being restructured to fit the needs and interests of students—a practice called school redesign.
The high school recently completed a five-year renovation project, which included retrofitting classrooms with Hitachi’s CP-TW3005 interactive projectors.
School science supplier Carolina Biological announced that California selected its science curriculum for adoption as one of 29 approved new teaching materials for the state’s science classrooms.