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Google Expeditions in Full Rollout, iOS Version to Follow

Google has formally rolled out the full release version of Google Expeditions, the company's virtual reality system for education that's built on top of Google Cardboard.

Achieve3000 Unveils Nonfiction Blended Learning Literacy Solutions

The New Jersey-based company announced new updates to its blended learning products.

Apex Learning Debuts English, Algebra Courses and Tutorials

Adaptive learning provider Apex Learning has unveiled two new courses, English and Algebra I, along with additional supports and new tutorials at this week's ISTE conference.

Schoology Integrates Assessment Management Platform with LMS

Schoology has launched Assessment Management Platform, a tool that combines the company's learning management system with institution-wide assessment management tools.

Teaching Climate Change in the Classroom

Here are four tools that incorporate that can be used immediately in the classroom to help students become true climate change scientists.

Ideaphora Secures BrainPOP Investment for Concept Mapping Tool

The company will use the new funding for product development and sales support of its subscription-based concept mapping tool that will launch this summer.

Google Cast for Education Allows Students, Teachers to Share the Projector

Google this week is launching Cast, which allows users to share access to a classroom projector wirelessly even when they might be on different networks — without any additional device.

OpenEd Announces New Partnerships and ACT Exam Content

New content on OpenEd includes curated, in-class assessments, recommended learning resources and lesson plans that support students preparing for the ACT exam.

PowerSchool Releases Latest Rendition of Learning Platform

PowerSchool is introducing the latest version of its learning management system, PowerSchool 10.0.

Assessment Non-Profit Demos New Accessibility Features at ISTE 2016

A non-profit known for its K-12 formative assessment program has added features to let blind and visually-impaired students more fully participate in the assessment process too, allowing them, as one educator put it, to focus on the questions and not the technology limitations.

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