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MMSD Deploying Digital ELA Curriculum to 31 Schools

Wisconsin's second-largest school district, Madison Metropolitan School District, will deploy a an early literacy solution that combines EL Education's K-5 Education Language Arts Curriculum, Kiddom 's digital learning platform and tools from Open Up Resources. The combined solution is being rolled out to the district's 31 elementary schools.

Watch a Demo of BrightLink 735fi with GoBoard Collaborative Software: Ed Tech Chat from ISTE Live 2022

Epson Product Manager Tom Piche at ISTE Live 2022 gave THE Journal readers a quick demo of Epson’s BrightLink 735fi interactive display with BrightLink GoBoard collaborative software that makes the whiteboard’s interactive content also interactive in real-time on students’ devices.

McGraw Hill, Verizon Launch Free Augmented Reality App for K–12

McGraw Hill and Verizon this week launched a new, free app for K–12 to bring augmented reality to the classroom.

Learning Without Tears Launches K–3 Supplemental Phonics Program

Education developer Learning Without Tears has launched Phonics, Reading, and Me, a supplemental reading program for students in grades K–3. The news was announced today at the ISTELive 22 conference taking place this week in New Orleans.

Pear Deck to Offer EiE-Developed STEM Lessons

Pear Deck has announced a collaboration with EiE to offer STEM-focused lessons for K–12. The news was announced today at the ISTELive 22 conference taking place this week in New Orleans.

Eduverse Debuts as Education-Themed Metaverse Experience for K–12

Ed tech developer Avantis Education has launched a new education platform designed to bring a "safe and secure" metaverse experience to classrooms. The news was announced today at the ISTELive 22 conference taking place this week in New Orleans.

TutorMe’s Kyle Baker on What ‘High-Dosage’ Means, Why 1:1 Tutoring Impacts More Than Just Grades, and How Their Platform Works

Amid explosive growth over the past two years, two recent top industry awards, and being acquired last month by GoGuardian, TutorMe Chief of Staff Kyle Baker spoke with THE Journal recently about the kind of tutoring that is proven to boost learning outcomes, how TutorMe's platform works, and what questions K–12 leaders should ask when considering a new large-scale tutoring program.

3 Ways to Interrupt the Vicious 'Math is Too Hard' Cycle with Technology

A STEM education expert from DigitalEd shares advice for teachers on how to help students overcome the "I'm just not good at math" mentality using classroom technology and early interventions.

Vector Solutions Adds New Topics to its Student Safety and Wellness Training Course Library

School safety training provider Vector Solutions has introduced new online student courses on safety topics such as trauma awareness, dating violence, human trafficking, and more, the company said in a news release.

University Teams with Littera on High-Impact Tutoring for Every Michigan School District

Every K–12 school district in Michigan now has access to research-based, high-impact tutoring, thanks to a new partnership between the Grand Valley State University NextEd Co-Lab and Littera Education.

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