An increasing number of states are collecting and analyzing student data effectively for the purpose of improving student achievement, according to a report from the Data Quality Campaign released today.
Roanoke County Public Schools in Virginia has completed the implementation of a district-wide 1-to-1 laptop initiative for 6,000 high school students across five schools, as well 1,600 instructional staff members.
Indiana Online Academy, an alternative education option enabling high school students to earn credits online, has implemented an integrated learning platform to help the school manage its online course materials and create personalized learning pathways for its students.
Moodle's developers have released a major update to the open source learning management system following six months of development.
Library leaders weigh in on last week's court decision to dismiss the long-running lawsuit over Google Books.
Schools can no longer keep technology specialists and educators separated. In fact, teachers can be the "best advocates" for moving technology initiatives forward in a district — once they understand how and why it will support teaching and learning, according to a new report.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
NetSupport has launched a new "technology taster" program that provides free, non-expiring licenses of its classroom management suite to schools that are using Google Chrome-based devices in their 1-to-1 programs.
Twenty-six teachers at Detroit Public Schools will have funding for science, technology, engineering and math projects thanks to $35,000 in grants.
DreamBox Learning has released its DreamBox Learning Math program as a free iPad app.
Trapp Tech, an Arizona-based provider of managed services, has begun offering IT services for K-12 districts across the country.