High school students can earn college credits in one of four foreign languages this summer, thanks to a new partnership between Seton Hall University and online curriculum provider Blended Schools Network.
Tech Talent South, an Atlanta-based company that provides entry-level Web development and coding education, has launched news initiatives designed to get teachers and women involved in the technology community.
McGraw-Hill is making its custom-publishing tool, Create, available to K-12 schools and districts.
Global software shipments rose 4.8 percent year over year to hit $407.3 billion in 2013, according to a new report from market research firm Gartner. Riding a 6 percent growth rate, Microsoft continues to dominate the sector with sales of $65.7 billion, more than twice second-place company Oracle, which raked in just under $30 billion in the last year.
The Echo Meter Touch is a key-fob-sized, ultrasonic module that plugs into an iPhone or iPad and works with a free app to allow students to listen to and record bats in real time.
- By Christopher Piehler
No, this isn't an April Fool's joke. There's actually good news about American education coming out of the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), the triennial international assessment that ranks countries based on their students' proficiency in math, science and language arts (as measured by standardized tests).
ParentLink has launched the ParentLink Suite, with a social media manager designed specifically for K-12 schools.
Digitalis Education Solutions has launched a portable planetarium, the Digitarium Iota, that it's claiming is the smallest available.
Some teachers in Wyoming are learning how to better use assistive technologies thanks to a new program launched by the University of Wyoming's Wyoming Institute for Disabilities.
The San Francisco Unified School District has deployed an online learning platform to provide credit recovery and supplemental instruction to students at its 17 high schools.