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Turnitin, College Board Expand Partnership with New Integrations

Turnitin has extended a partnership with College Board in a move that will connect its writing tools with programs such as SpringBoard to promote effective student writing practice.

Moodle Releases K-12 Edition of LMS

Moodle has introduced new fee-based packaging versions of its cloud-based learning management system intended specifically for K-12 schools.

Nevada Schools to Pilot New Game-Based STEAM Platform

Planet3, a year-old company that has developed a new digital platform intended to use the Earth as a "living laboratory" will undergo pilot testing at 25 middle schools in six school districts in Nevada this fall as part of an early adopter pilot program.

New Mexico Deploying New LMS Statewide

New Mexico is ending support for its current statewide LMS, Blackboard, by the end of the month and is replacing it with Brightspace, created by Canadian software company D2L.

Colorado District Adopts Software Suite to Support Digital Learning Initiative

The Poudre School District in Fort Collins, CO has deployed a suite of software in an effort to support its Digital Innovation Pathways initiative.

Report: Virtual Reality Shipments to Rocket up 2,400 Percent This Year

Shipments of virtual reality devices will expand by more than 2,400 percent this year according to a new forecast from International Data Corp.

Game Therapy Helps Children with Sensory Problems

A recent study found that game-based therapy helps children with sensory integration dysfunction (SID) improve their body-kinesthetic skills across the board.

CEV Multimedia Debuts Health Science Curriculum

CEV Multimedia has launched a new health sciences curriculum for students interested in careers in healthcare and health science industries.

New Mexico Expands Math Curriculum to All Elementary Grades

The New Mexico Public Education Department has adopted a new math curriculum for use by students in grades 3-5.

Quantile Measures for Math Added to Kansas Student Assessments

Kansas will be working with a research and education technology company to add an additional dimension to how students are assessed.

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