Sixteen states and the District of Columbia are competing for $280 million in federal in federal funding through the latest round of the Race to the Top–Early Learning Challenge.
A growing number of students with the deaf-blindness dual impairment are making their way out of specialized schools and into local neighborhood schools. Providing technical assistance to the educators who teach those students is part of the goal of a new $10.5 million grant awarded recently by the United States Department of Education.
Teachers can win free furniture by sharing how they're fostering collaboration in their classrooms.
Despite the government shutdown and ongoing fiscal conflicts, federal funds are still flowing to districts.
Hyundai Motor America has awarded a grant to support the expansion of the Spatial-Temporal (ST) Math program from MIND Research at six public schools in the Bronx.
Online learning provider Edgenuity has opened its second-annual video contest, "Every Click Counts," which will award three prizes this year to middle school and high school teachers, including a $5,000 technology grant.
Instructure is awarding $100,000 in grants to K-12 schools, colleges, and universities for innovative technology programs. Instructure is the maker of the Canvas learning management system and the Canvas Network MOOC platform.
As part of its 25th anniversary, data security firm Trend Micro is offering grants to 12 K-12 schools and districts in the United States, including cash, in-kind contributions, and IT professional services.
Just two weeks away from the deadline, the FCC has stopped accepting public comment on the E-rate modernization proposal owing to the shutdown of the federal government. However, that needn't stop concerned K–12 professionals from ensuring that their views are heard.
If we know anything at all about the impact of technology on learning, we know that students must be able to use it when they need it, as long as they need it.
- By Therese Mageau