The Kentucky Valley Education Cooperative has adopted a resource library to help its member schools transition to using digital content.
The University of Waterloo and Maplesoft will offer free online courses for high school students in precalculus and calculus.
Khan Academy has launched a free new iPad app featuring interactive exercises, handwriting recognition and more.
ProjectWriter allows teachers to give group writing assignments based on subjects being covered and specific vocabulary words they want students to learn.
These are the five top-rated apps from Common Sense Graphite's "Best Ed Tech of 2014" list.
- By Graphite by Common Sense Media
High school students in New York City Public Schools will begin learning data literacy this month through the new City Digits project, which aims to promote civic engagement among youth while teaching data collection and analysis skills.
These forward-thinking districts are using software and mobile devices to help close the achievement gap before it's too late.
Pearson will debut new social studies programs aimed at improving student engage at the secondary level.
Carnegie Learning has partnered with Clever to provide a single login between Carnegie's Mathia and Cognitive Tutor programs and a school's student information system.
While still providing many Common Core resources for free, some will now be available for a monthly fee from OpenEd.