K-12 Technology News
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New legislation introduced today in the United States Senate aimed at curtailing the use of student data for commercial purposes and requiring vendors to secure data and provide access to parents.
Curriculum Advantage and Renaissance Learning have partnered in an effort to make it easier for teachers to personalize learning.
The global PC market continued to decline in the second quarter of this year, according to a recent report from International Data Corp., shipping 66.1 million units, a reduction of 11.8 percent from the same period last year.
A few hundred students in California are taking part in SunPower's latest Solar Science Academy, a project-based learning program offered each summer by the solar technology company.
Initially, a pilot program will help provide high-speed Internet access, technical assistance, digital literacy programs and devices to more than 200,000 children in 27 cities and one tribal nation.
Two grants will enable Houston-based Rice University to expand education research within its local school system.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Accelerate Learning is integrating more than 1,000 videos from Twig World with its STEMscopes curriculum.
The Leander Independent School District has adopted a new enterprise resource planning system, content management tool and analytics solution in an effort to improve data access and security.
At Philadelphia’s String Theory School, teachers develop their own course materials in iTunes U, making the bulging backpack full of books a thing of the past.
Harmony Public Schools is adopting new human resources software in an effort to standardize across 43 schools.