LiveSchool has launched a free version of its behavior management system for K-12 classrooms.
A single-DLP chip projector new to the market could have the same color levels as traditional LCD projectors and, because maintenance requirements are so minimal, could last longer than many other projectors on the market.
LocknCharge has launched a pair of syncing and charging carts designed for iPads, iPad Airs and iPad Minis.
Balefire Labs has added Android apps to its app review service, bringing the total number of reviewed apps to more than 3,000, in an effort to better serve classrooms with bring-your-own-device programs. Previously, the company only included reviews for apps for iOS devices.
For his first year as principal of a fourth- and fifth-grade campus, Todd Nesloney hired a completely new staff and adopted an entirely project-based learning approach.
A partnership between Pearson VUE and Micrsoft will allow those who do not want to travel to a testing center to take certification exams from their homes or offices.
The University of California has said 95 online and blended courses produced by Fuel Education satisfy requirements for prerequisites for entry as freshmen.
Pearson has partnered with LearnSprout to make the startup's analytics dashboard available in the PowerSchool student information system through the PowerSchool independent software vendor partner program.
The state of Pennsylvania is making a foray into a new program that will allow schools to offer "flexible instructional days," in which students won't have to attend school in person in order for the work to count towards instructional days.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
A parent whose children's school is using computing technology sent us a letter asking some ostensibly simple questions about the value of educational technology. But, while providing answers to those questions is actually not simple, we must, as a community, work to provide clear, readily accessible answers.
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway