K-12 Technology News
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The recommendations, arrived at after in-person and online input from thousands of stakeholders, include achievement level scores for both math and ELA in grades 3 through 8 and high school.
- By Christopher Piehler
A coalition representing 11 state education agencies is setting out to create open educational resources to support math and English/language arts in K–12 schools.
Edmentum, a provider of online courses, will release more than 70 career and technical education courses for the 2015-16 school year.
Carnegie Learning has partnered with Clever to provide a single login between Carnegie's Mathia and Cognitive Tutor programs and a school's student information system.
Pearson will debut new social studies programs aimed at improving student engage at the secondary level.
District of Columbia Public Schools has decided to expand its use of math software for blended learning environments after a successful pilot.
Greenwood Hall, a provider of student lifecycle management tools, will acquire Gambassa's cloud-based learning management system.
While still providing many Common Core resources for free, some will now be available for a monthly fee from OpenEd.
The International Society for Technology in Education has launched the Digital Citizenship Academy, a series of online modules designed to help educators understand and address issues of digital citizenship.
Lightspeed Systems has launched a new classroom management tool, Classroom Orchestrator, designed to make monitoring devices and student activity easier.