These are the five top-rated apps from Common Sense Graphite's "Best Ed Tech of 2014" list.
- By Graphite by Common Sense Media
District of Columbia Public Schools has chosen a partner to develop items for its online social studies assessments of students in grades 6-8.
North American schools and universities have an opportunity to outfit an active learning classroom for free through a new grant program from Steelcase Education.
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.