Two middle school teachers and four high school teachers will be recognized later this week as recipients of the 2013 Vernier/National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) awards during the annual NSTA conference. Each winner receives $1,000 in cash, $3,000 in Vernier products, and up to $1,500 to attend the conference, which is being held this year in San Antonio.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Education technology provider eInstruction has opened a new video contest that will grant $150,000 in Insight 360 software licenses to winning schools.
Being recognized as an ed tech leader by a company like Apple or Google carries both prestige and perks. Find out what it takes to join the ranks.
- By Michelle Fredette
Practical and strategic advice on how to practice smart IT in tough times.
- By THE Journal Staff
The Air Force Association, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting "public understanding of aerospace power and national defense," has named the winners of CyberPatriot V, a national high school cyber defense contest.
Over the past year, the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation has awarded nearly $20 million to nonprofit organizations advancing "blended learning" technologies, according to a foundation release.
This week Samsung unveiled the five grand prize winners of its Solve for Tomorrow contest.
Waivers from the onerous No Child Left Behind requirements offer states and districts much-needed financial flexibility, but they can also lead to confusion.
K-12 and post-secondary educators in the United States are invited to enter a contest to win a document camera for their classroom.
- By Sharleen Nelson
Wrightstown, NJ-based New Hanover Township School will receive a $48,000 technology grant from a partnership among the Jimmie Johnson Foundation, Lowe's, and Samsung Hope for Children.