Computer company ASUS is integrating software on one its Chromebook lines to allow schools using Chrome to run Windows applications and desktops from within the Google environment.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Wonder Workshop launched the network of robotics clubs to inspire future inventors. The company is currently providing prize incentives to expand school participation.
Apex Learning has launched a new level of personalization to its Tutorials that aims to identify learning gaps and provide remediation to help bring students to grade level.
The standing desk design combines features that teachers and students desire.
Furniture can make or break an educational space. Whether it’s wheels for mobility, plugs for devices or cushions for comfort, furnishings help create the environment best suited to an individual classroom’s needs. Here four educators discuss the furnishings they use to help motivate and engage their students.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has launched StudyPop, a new iOS app designed to turn studying into a game.
Naya Salah, a seventh grader at Stratford School's Santa Clara Middle School, uses a videoconferencing system called Beam to attend school as she recovers from leukemia and gets chemotherapy.
More than half of students (58 percent) in a recent study couldn't read content displayed on a 70-inch flat panel in an average-sized classroom.
On the first national assessment of students’ technology and engineering abilities, eighth grade girls scored three points higher on average than eighth grade boys. And white students scored significantly better in tech and engineering than black and Hispanic students.
The National Education Foundation (NEF) has set aside $80 million for mandated matching grants to school districts and schools to allow them to receive up to $800 million in federal Qualified Zone Academy Bonds (QZAB) funds.