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K-12 Technology News

Here you'll find the latest news from the education technology world, from the newest hardware and software releases to policy and funding updates to research reports to school and district tech initiatives. Looking for more in-depth coverage of important topics? Be sure to visit our Features page.


Research: Ripping Out Carnegie Unit Can't Promise Ed Reform Success

The concept of the Carnegie unit as one of the defining measurements in education will be tough to uproot, according to a new report out by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

To Prepare for Online Assessments, Some Schools Try to Break Their Own Networks

In three states this week, schools encouraged thousands of students and staff to overwhelm their networks with traffic. The stress tests have helped district leaders spot and solve tech issues ahead of this spring's Web-based testing.

Wisconsin District Gets New SIS After 20 Years With Old System

After 20 years with the same student information system, the fifth-largest school district in Wisconsin is getting a new one.

Middlesex Regional Ed Services Cooperative Deploys Hybrid Program for 3 Schools

New Jersey's Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission has launched a hybrid learning program at three member schools in an effort to increase student engagement and promote academic growth.

Mayer-Johnson Debuts Instructional Solutions for Students with Special Needs

Mayer-Johnson has introduced Boardmaker Instructional Solutions, a collection of math and English language arts curricula designed for teachers of students with special needs.

STI Integrates Chalkable Classroom Management with InformationNow SIS

STI has integrated Chalkable's classroom management tools with its student information system, InformationNow, in an effort to improve student achievement and task management and streamline workflows.

3D Printing Challenge Seeks Educational Models as Entries

A competition to find the best educational models in 3D printing will accept entries through March 18.

Christie Intros Small Projectors for Large Spaces

Christie has announced the H Series: two 1DLP projectors that boast 12,000 lumens and weigh in at just 52.5 pounds.

Northern California District Moves to Online Lottery System for Student Transfers

The San Mateo-Foster City School District in Foster City, CA is automating the lottery system it uses to assign transfer students within the district.

Curriculum Associates Debuts Free iPad Math Game App

Curriculum Associates has launched a free new educational math game app for the iPad, Door 24 Plus.