T.H.E. News Update :: April 15, 2009

News & Issues

  • Florida Schools Deploy Solar Arrays

    Six schools in Florida will be the sites for new solar arrays that will provide electricity to the campus and offer hands-on science learning activities for students. More
  • Software Aims To Simplify EDEN Reporting

    In an era when schools are scrambling for public funds wherever they can find them, and when the 2009 ARRA stimulus package is allowing the United States Department of Education to provide funds like never before, the critical thread tying them together is data reporting. More
  • eInstruction Launches Content Meets Technology Sweepstakes

    Ed tech developer eInstruction has partnered with Knowledge Delivery Systems (KDS) to kick off the 2009 Content Meets Technology contest, which gives teachers a chance to win classroom technologies by providing extremely short descriptions of the online tools they use in their classrooms. More
  • Pearson Completes National Transcript Center Acquisition

    Pearson this week completed the acquisition of the National Transcript Center, the developer of an electronic transcript exchange system for K-12 and post-secondary institutions. More
  • Michigan District Deploys Networked Surveillance

    Chippewa Valley School District in Michigan is conducting a massive rollout of surveillance equipment in its high schools and ninth-grade centers. More

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