K-12 Technology News

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Pearson Updates Title I K-8 Reading and Math Program

Education company Pearson has updated its adaptive K-8 Title I-oriented reading and math software SuccessMaker.

Success Academy Charter School Launches Virtual Tours for Educators

New York City's Success Academy Charter Schools has launched a virtual tour designed to give educators a look at its design and innovative teaching and learning approach.

Stanford PERTS Debuts Mindset Kits for Educators

Stanford University's Project for Education Research that Scales has introduced a set of free online resources, dubbed the Mindset Kit, designed to help educators and parents understand how to help students develop learning mindsets.

EduOnGo, EdGate Partner on OER Tool

EDUonGo, an e-learning platform, and EdGate Correlation Services, a provider of educational standards and correlation services, have partnered to help K-12 educators access free online resources, including open educational resources.

Report: States Lack Consistent Standards for Literacy Teacher Preparation

Only 18 states require elementary teacher candidates to complete specific courses in literacy education, according to a report from the International Literacy Association.

Texas A&M Summer Camp Preps Future Engineers

The second annual CampBUILD for high school students at Texas A&M University focused on project-based learning in STEM subjects.

MobyMax Launches New Science Curriculum

The new science curriculum, employing more than 20,000 manipulatives, is intended to help students develop their cognitive skills.

Hobsons Debuts Gamified Test Prep

Hobsons has introduced a game-based learning platform designed to personalize test preparation for students.

Kognito Intros Mental Health Tools for Schools

Kognito, a developer of immersive learning simulations related to challenging conversations, has created two new mental health products for schools: At-Risk for PK-12 Educators and Friend2Friend.

Georgia Charter School Taps Blended Learning Provider for Curriculum, Virtual Instructional Services

Atlanta's Graduation Achievement Charter High School will deploy curriculum from a provider of blended learning tools for more than 2,000 students.

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