Although assistive technologies and other supports can help, too few students who need them take advantage once they leave high school. Here's what K-12 schools can do to help.
A federal magnet program gives a Melbourne, FL school $1 million to provide each student with a laptop.
Performance Matters has partnered with Key Data Systems to provide new Common Core State Standard-aligned assessment items through its Unify platform.
When it comes to choosing what technology will be added to schools, e-learning and classroom management top the list. While half of schools already use e-learning software and online homework portals, another 29 percent expect to add or update that in their classroom arsenals, according to a new report from CompTIA.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
The Denton Independent School District has deployed a free mobile app in an effort to improve student participation.
Hypersign has updated its digital signage software to support Samsung's new D Series Smart Signage displays.
Compass Learning has selected the winners for its Classroom Refresh Contest to receive approximately $185,000 in classroom technology and related services.
New Jersey's Peshine Avenue Elementary School has received a $50,000 grant to improve access to tools for science, technology, engineering and math education.
Both students and teachers need instruction in safely finding the information they want, and new technology is there to light the way.
D2L has updated its Brightspace learning management platform with improved support for end users and game-based learning.