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Learning Resources


PBS LearningMedia Adds Free Learning Resources

PBS LearningMedia has launched new free resources designed to help preK-12 teachers address curriculum gaps.

Boston and Chicago Districts Roll Out Digital Writing Program For Grades 3-12

With the adoption of a new digital education platform, more than 250,000 students in two public school districts will have the opportunity to write, edit, and publish their own digital multi-chapter stories.

Arizona Schools Receive State-Wide License for GIS Software

In an effort to include more science, technology, engineering, and mathematics material into common core curriculum, all Arizona primary and secondary schools now have access to geographic information systems software.

Scholastic Platform Delivers Learning Programs for Global Regions

Scholastic Learning Zone provides teachers across the globe with access to instructional programs offering material appropriate for their respective regions.

Schoology Adds IMS LTI Compliant Integration

Schoology users can now access external learning tools and resources right from the platform.

Varsity Tutors now Accepts Bitcoin Payments

Varsity Tutors, a provider of in-person and online tutoring services, will now accept Bitcoin as payment in an effort to reduce credit card and bank transfer fees for international customers.

Texas' Ridgegate Elementary Sticks with Digital Intervention Tools for Math and Literacy

A school in Texas has gone public with its use of a district-purchased set of products to help kids with their math and reading proficiency.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Debuts K-6 Common Core Reading Program

New reading program features a number of digital support tools for teachers, including e-planner and practice and assessment app with real-time reporting.

Gale adds National Geographic Kids to Virtual Library

New online resource features digital books and magazines covering a range of topics from science and nature to history and world cultures

Curriki Adds Free Oracle Java Curriculum

Oracle has begun putting its programming training materials onto a Web site used by educators around the world.

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