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.
Five schools with student-led projects dealing with the elimination of hunger win tablets and computers intended to help them with their relief efforts.
An eighth-grade math teacher's research found that using Learning Upgrade boosted scores significantly.
- By Julie B. Garcia
Designed to help educators offer interactive teaching aligned to the Common Core State Standards, MimioStudio 11.3 classroom software and the MimioMobile 3 mobile app are available for free to current Mimio customers.
- By Christopher Piehler
Albemarle County Public Schools has decided to expand its partnership with a private company in an effort to improve mobile access to online tools and provide a unified platform for its education technology.
Massive open online course provider edX has partnered with the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation to launch a scholarship challenge aimed at advanced students in grade 7.
Walden University is launching a new initiative designed to allow students to earn degrees online at their own pace.
Students and teachers can now access the Classroom LMS from anywhere at any time.
Mersive has updated its Solstice software to expand the mirroring capability of Apple iOS devices.
North Carolina's Mooresville Graded School District has begun offering credit by demonstrated mastery to middle and high school students.
Woolpert, an architectural and engineering firm based in Dayton, OH, has signed a new contract with the United States Department of Defense to design and manage construction of 180 schools the department operates around the world.