Will cybersecurity receive E-rate funding?

Key points: Since 2016, more than 1,300 schools have been victims of cyberattacks, including student Read More →

5 science and technology videos to get students talking

Key points: TED-Ed Lessons are short videos designed to engage students and stimulate critical thinking Read More →

Digital tools are sticking around–here’s the right way to leverage technology

Key points: The edtech industry is experiencing explosive growth, especially with the rapid emergence of Read More →

For educators, a brighter outlook on confidence and classroom AI

Key points: Educators report seeing positive impacts from technology integration and anticipate more AI use Read More →

Illustrative Mathematics Announces IM® 360 for K-12 Educators and Students

TUCSON, Ariz. /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Illustrative Mathematics (IM), a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a world where all Read More →

Dear parents: 3 ways AI will show up in your child’s classroom this year

Key points: Parents may have concerns about AI, but it’s important to know that AI Read More →

Online PD helps teachers respond to bullying

Key points: In-school bullying is a persistent and problematic issue for students–particularly for students with Read More →

5 reasons to use a one-stop-shop communications platform

Key points: School communications platforms shouldn’t make communicating more complicated–they should ease a burden The Read More →

It’s critical to promote mental health supports at the start of the school year

Key points: As the new academic year approaches, it’s crucial to pay attention to an Read More →

How to support student agency

Key points: In my more than 20 years of supporting students on their academic journey, Read More →

Unfinished learning concerns still plague educators

Key points: Concerns over unfinished learning continue to occupy educators’ minds, with only teacher shortages Read More →

As COVID relief spending deadlines loom, one district moves ahead with an uncommon tech plan

At a Dolton-Riverdale school board meeting in the spring, district leaders and two technology vendors Read More →

Districts brace for fiscal cliff as COVID relief funding nears an end

Key points: COVID relief funding must be spent in the next year, but administrators are Read More →

6 tips to detect AI-generated student work

Dr. Steve Baule is a faculty member at Winona State University (WSU), where he teaches Read More →

Tutor.com Announces Launch of Round-the-Clock Online Tutoring for South Orange and Maplewood Students

NEW YORK —  Tutor.com, one of the world’s largest and most innovative online tutoring organizations, Read More →

Reading, writing, and cybersecurity: Practicing good cyber hygiene

Key points: The school bell is about to ring in another academic year, and as Read More →

BookmarkED Addresses the State of Challenged Books with Industry-First Technology to Enable Parental Choice in School Libraries

DALLAS, Texas – BookmarkED, the industry-first technology solution to personalize libraries with parental choice, has Read More →

Scribbles Software Announces “Mass Lottery” Feature to Help Schools and Districts Quickly Manage Complex Lotteries

Charlotte, North Carolina – Scribbles Software, a leading provider of K-12 records and enrollment software, Read More →

Driving equitable learning with thoughtful software implementation

Key points: The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the forefront the stark reality of inequities Read More →

Vernier Science Education Launches Two New Sensors for High School and College-Level Environmental Science

BEAVERTON, Oregon — Adding to its robust data-collection offerings, Vernier Science Education has launched two Read More →